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Fergus Lions Club Home and Leisure Show issues call for exhibitors

FERGUS - The Fergus Lions Club is seeking interested exhibitors for its annual Home and Leisure Show to be held May 10 to 12.

Officials say that since it first began in 1979, the show has grown and expanded in stature as one of the best shows of its kind in southwestern Ontario in the small town category.

Organizers stated the event has not only grown in size, but in terms of diversity, covering not only home improvements, but ranging to landscaping, travel, food preparation, real estate, insurance and public interest groups.

The show sees an annual increase in public attendance because of its free admission (with a donation to the food bank).

Exhibitors favour its format of three nights from 6pm to 10pm so small exhibitors do not have to close their  business or hire additional staff in order to partake, officials note.

Interested exhibitors can visit the club’s website at www.ferguslions.org, or call Lions Ian McArthur (519-843-6604) or Vern Trask (519-843-3463) for further information.

Revenues from this event fund Lions projects in the community.

March 17, 2017

 
 

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