The Home Builders Association of Greater Savannah will sponsor the 30th Annual Southern Home Show (Savannah’s ORIGINAL Home Show) on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April 1- 3, 2011 at the International Trade and Convention Center.

This year’s show is filled with excitement as we salute our military heroes. Come see the large display of military vehicles and speak with World War II veterans as they share their stories. There will be a Military Fashion Show sponsored by Macy’s featuring 12 men and women as our models, all of which serve in the Military. There will be live entertainment throughout the weekend including dancing by McKenzie’s Professional Ballroom dancers and an encore performance of Dancing with the Savannah Stars.

There will also be over 150 vendors displaying exciting new ideas and products for your home. As you walk along Builder’s Row, you will meet over 30 local builders who are currently developing neighborhoods and custom built homes in our community.

Don’t miss the Celebrity Kitchen where Chef Joe Randall, SFC Archie Burton, US Commanding General Enlisted Aide and other chefs will be cooking up their tasty dishes. Entertainment all weekend ending with a Gospel Concert on Sunday beginning at 4pm featuring soloist Felicia Cook. The Savannah Mass Choir will also give a performance.

Come out and bring the entire family to the 30th Annual Southern Home Show. Free parking compliments of Home Builders Association of Greater Savannah. Admission is $7 and children under 12 admitted free.

There is free admission with an active military ID compliments of Mungo Homes of Georgia.

Other show sponsors include 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty, Georgia Bank and Trust, J.T. Turner Construction, Homes of Integrity, Envirofoam Technologies, Inc. Galbreath & Sons, Savannah Kitchen and Bath, WJCL TV, Fox 28 The Coastal Source, Clear Channel Radio, The Savannah Morning News and The Savannah Tribune.

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