National Home Show offers an opportunity to meet a hyper-engaged audience

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The biggest home show event of the year, the 2024 National Home Show, presented by ReMax, returns to the Enercare Centre, Exhibition Place in Toronto. Offering a wide array of features and attractions that cater to all kinds of interests and lifestyles, this exciting event features a captivating lineup of renowned speakers, interactive zones and immersive exhibits, making this a can't-miss destination for home interest consumers, designers and exhibitors. To book your booth space or enquire about sponsorships, contact for more information.

The National Home Show features more than 600 exhibitors and experts, attracting an anticipated attendance of 100,000 consumers actively seeking products and inspiration for their homes. The show's targeted marketing and PR campaign casts a wide net to generate awareness for the event, incorporating advertising and earned media results across TV, radio and national and regional press outlets. These include popular outlets such as CP24, 680 News, BlogTO and more.

Glen Peloso
Designer Glen Peloso at last year’s National Home Show’s RENO+DECOR booth in a 15-minute consultation with show visitors.

For brands looking for sponsorship opportunities, the National Home Show team will work with sponsors to ensure that all objectives are met and that the sponsor fully enhances the visitor experience, leaving a positive imprint of the event and the brand on the consumer. Returning sponsors this year include ReMax, Bonneville Homes, RenoMark and more.

Designers looking to increase their profile are encouraged to contact the show team about speaking opportunities in their Speakers Lounge. The lounge attracts hyper-engaged consumers seeking advice and home inspiration from the experts. The 2024 Speakers Lounge lineup includes HGTV star Sherry Holmes and Breakfast Television's Frankie Flowers on Saturday, March 9, and Lynda Reeves and Tommy Smythe on Saturday, March 16. Speaking topics range from decor trends and style advice to gardening and emergency preparedness, ensuring something for everyone.

With the National Home Show returning to its larger format, the team has divided the floor into distinct neighbourhoods to help consumers navigate their shopping experience. The traditional zones for Indoor Living, Outdoor Living, and Home Improvement & Renovation are joined by brand new neighbourhoods, including a Green Building Zone, Laneway Homes & Garden Suites, Home Show Food Street & Wine Lounge, Condo Life, and Healthy Aging at Home.

Kate Davidson
Designer Kate Davidson, right, discusses decor options with a show visitor at last year’s National Home Show RENO+DECOR booth.

New features at the show include the Best Backyard Ever pool display, Condo Living exhibit, showcasing condo balcony ideas and products, and the Outdoor Kitchen feature, considered the new foodie hub of the show with cooking demos from chefs in training from Humber College. The adjacent food, beer, wine and cocktail vendors create an ideal spot to sample new flavours while picking up new recipe ideas.

The 2024 National Home Show offers diverse experiences catering to homeowners, renters, decor and design enthusiasts. With expert speakers, the latest trends, and immersive experiences, the event promises to celebrate innovation, creativity and the art of making any house a home.

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