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Home and Lifestyle Show Coming to Northland


13 September 2018 – Northlanders are about to experience the best in homewares as the Northland Home and Lifestyle show at the ASB Stadium comes to Whangarei on September 28, 29 and 30.

With the help of IC Motor Group, the show brings together the very best in products and services for the home including kitchens, flooring, renovations, new homes, heating, cars, lifestyle products and so much more. Over 130 companies are exhibiting, making the event diverse and catering for every taste.

In its fifth year, the event is popular with locals; all the best brands in one place, good coffee and food trucks makes the show a one-stop-shop.

Renee Murray, Event Director says the Whangarei event will see some of the best businesses in the region come together under one roof. “The show is perfect for anyone wanting to get into a bit of DIY or simply pick up something new to spruce up a room. Whether it’s the kitchen, bathroom, or you want a new piece of art for the living room, the show is jam packed with exhibitors offering great deals and expert advice.”

Tickets will be $5 at the door, or grab yourself a deal with 2for1 tickets available on GrabOne Northland.

To keep up to date with the event and learn more about exhibitors, follow the show’s Facebook page.

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