The Quad Cities Builders & Remodelers Association (QCBR) will be hosting the 47th Annual Home Show on February 16th, 17th & 18th at the Bend XPO in East Moline.

There will be 238 booths with 118 different vendors, representing all aspects of the building & remodeling industry.

If you're interested in seeing the latest trends in appliances, siding, windows, doors, flooring, fencing, decks, paint colors, and more, then this is the place to be!

This year's sponsors include Seiffert Building Supplies, Electric Doctor and Jackson Generator.

Dwyer & Michaels will be broadcasting live from 10am-12pm.

The Quad Cities Builders & Remodelers Association has also asked the industrial trades classes of local & surrounding high schools to build benches tables, and dog houses and some other projects, which will be displayed throughout the show and will be a part of a silent auction with the proceeds going back to the schools and the Quad Cities Builders & Remodelers Student Built Home Scholarship fund in the Student Trades Room.

Some local animal shelters will also be bringing adoptable dogs to the Home Show, so you can find yourself a dog to go with your new home remodel.

There will also be a booth of city inspectors present to help answer some remodeling questions you might have.

On Sunday, the first 500 people through the door will receive FREE Blue Ribbon Ice Cream.

Home Depot has teamed up with the Quad Cities Builders & Remodelers as well. There will be a kids scavenger hunt, looking for photos of different tools in the various booths. Once you have filled your BINGO/Scavenger Hunt card, head over to the QCBR/Home Depot area and spin for a prize donated by Home Depot. These are the kits that you can put together like toolboxes, bird houses, and other small projects.

You can also register to win a free 7 night resort give away.

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