The Wilson Bank celebrates its 25th Southern Home & Garden Expo at the Wilson County Center in Lebanon. This show is scheduled for February 8th and 9th this month. Through this expo, more than 100 visitors both experts and other exhibitors can get access to more ideas for the home improvement.
All About the Southern Home & Garden Expo
The Wilson County Center is located at 945 East Baddour Parkway in Lebanon.
You can access the show between 4 pm to 8 pm on Friday, and between 9 am to 5 pm on Saturday. Along with the super cool expo, you can also get access to food courts, hands-on workshop, and even the kids would have a lot of fun.
Talking about the Expo, you will witness some cool afternoon workshops, a building project for the children, concessions, rewards, giveaways, and other door priced worth more than $16000.
The prizes include, a zero-turn mower of $3600 by the Absolute Kubota, and also $2500 Benjamin Moore painting materials by the Fakes & Hooker.
Do you know what’s the main highlight of the Saturday Expo?
It’s absolutely free for all.
Following are the list of the free workshops included on the Saturday programme-
- Gardening with Mike Nocks from the White Harvest Seed Co.
- How to save on the household energy with Philip Price, who works at the Middle Tennessee Electricity Corp.
- Take care of the lawns – workshop by Matt Bryson from the Absolute Kubota.
- Unique food recipes and their production with the support of Lagniappe Spice Co.
That was just a short briefing for you. Once you attend the Expo in real, it will surely blow out your minds.
Randall Clemson, the sponsor of the Wilson Bank & Trust CEO adds – Even though the event has grown a lot over the past 25 years in terms of innovation, it still retains the original focus and purpose.
Home improvement projects were something new and refreshing at the start. Clemson adds, the main goal of the Expo was to share ideas and the resources with the customers, neighbors, and to all the surrounding community. He also adds, ‘the Expo has benefited a lot of homeowners as we try to bring something new every year.’