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The Albuquerque Home Expo

10:00am-6:00pm Sat, 10:00am-5:00, Feb 16, 2013 | $10 Adults at the door ($8 online), $8 Seniors & Children under 12 free
 
Not just an EXPO, an EXPERIENCE! Browse hundreds of exhibitors and view on-the-floor demonstrations to learn, as a homeowner, how to enhance the value of your property, improve your lifestyle and save money. Check out, first hand, the latest home design trends and learn from industry experts. Exhibitors will be local, national and international.

Phone: 505 796-0803
Address:
2501 San Pedro NE, #110,

87110
Website: www.abqhomeexpo.com

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