2010 Restoration Trade Fair & Fundraiser call for restoration specialists and artisans

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This annual one-day event reaching 600+ homeowners living in historic districts seeks experienced tradesmen and artisans knowledgeable in using their skills to restore historic structures. In addition to our current vendors we’d like to include specialists in tile, tile repair, period glass, decorative arts, wrought iron, sheet metal/copper, masonry, plaster and cabinetry.

“I get loads of contacts from the event”, Barbara Paul of Barbara Paul Landscape Designs.  Good Home Construction’s owner, Chuck Kensicki raved how he got “many of his best projects last year” from the Restoration Trade Fair. Recently he shared that homeowners they met at last year’s fair, “signed, got their dream kitchen, and Cottages and Bungalows magazine included it kitchen in the current issue.  What a success story!!  The fair is truly an invaluable resource all around – for homeowners and tradespeople like us.” Chad Gingher of Coastal Paints adds, “I feel a part of a larger community of businesses that wants to restore Long Beach.”

The 2010 Restoration Trade Fair & Fundraiser will be held on Sunday, September 19, 2010 at Luther Burbank School, 4th & Junipero, Long Beach. The first half of the twentieth century is represented; this year’s theme is a “1910 Fair” with period costumes, music and spoken work.

Please consider applying to be a vendor or sign-up for eblasts as we approach the event date. Contact: info@rpna-tradefair or call 562-219-3516 to determine eligibility.

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