BIG CROWDS. BIG SUCCESS.
Thousands of homeowners converged on the Prime Osborn Convention Center for four days of shopping at the Fall 2018 Jacksonville Home + Patio Show. With ideas in mind and money to spend, visitors eagerly
walked the show to gain inspiration and meet with 315 exhibitors and experts to discuss their projects. Here’s a recap of the exciting marketplace these visitors experienced.
Jacksonville Fall 2018 Post Show Report
Our first-class consumer show does what your company can not afford to do alone: bring large numbers of highly interested people together from all over Jacksonville to see your new products and services at the Prime Osborn Convention Center!
Show With Promotion
Three weeks of comprehensive newspaper, radio, and television and multimedia coverage including our website build excitement across North Florida and South Georgia.
Show With Results
Exhibit and sell your products and services to qualified customers in a casual and friendly environment. Exhibitors report getting new business even a year or more after the show!
Show With Style
Exquisitely landscaped gardens, elegant and efficient kitchen, bath and decorating showcases attract more customers to the show every year. Informative and entertaining workshops and demonstrations feature local celebrity experts, radio and TV personalities.
Show With the Best
Exhibit at the area's largest and most innovative home design and landscaping event. With spacious aisles and quality exhibits, well planned and promoted, the Jacksonville Home & Patio Show brings exhibitors back year after year.
Qualified customers make the Jacksonville Home & Patio Show work for you!
- 91% own their own home
- 88% are likely or somewhat likely to attend the show again
- 77% of visitors attend with a spouse or partner (meet both decision makers)
- Over half of visitors are planning a major remodeling or redecorating project or a gardening/landscaping project in the next 12 months
- 74% of our visitors make onsite purchases or purchases within six months of the show and combined will spend over $40 million