SHELTON - On Sunday, March 6th, 2016, Spataro Construction produced the first ever Naugatuck Valley Home Show at the Shelton Courtyard by Marriott. The event featured over a dozen local businesses, servicing Fairfield and New Counties, who offer a wide range of services including landscaping, tree removal, plumbing, home security and more.
The vendors on handed included All Terrain Tree Removal, Shelton; Barnum Financial Group, Shelton; Connecticut Basement Systems, Seymour; C-TEC Solar, Bloomfield; Decorating Den, Oxford; Home Depot, Derby; InstaPlumbing, Wolcott; Mavilla Landscaping, Shelton; Spataro Construction, Derby; Standard Oil, Bridgeport; Standard Security Systems, Bridgeport; State Farm Insurance, Shelton and Wills Electrical Services, Shelton.
Also on hand were The Kidnetic Clubhouse and The Giggling Pig with games and crafts for kids, along with The Happy Cupcake who had samples for everyone to try. Giveaways at the event included an iPad Air, Kindle Fire, and gift cards to Valley Lighting, Center Stage, Doorbell Barbers, Giove’s, Grow, and Common Bond Market.
Nearly 200 people were in attendance, including Valley Chamber of Commerce President William Purcell, who stopped for a picture (below) with Spataro Construction co-owners Ron and Josh Spataro as he made his way to each booth.
“The number of people who came out to meet us, as well as the other great companies there yesterday, exceeded our expectations,” said Ron Spataro. “We can’t wait to start planning our next show, which will take place later this year or in early 2017.”
To stay up to date with future shows and events, visit nvhomeshow.com.
(This is a press release from Spataro Construction)
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