DENVER (AUGUST 27, 2019) – Colorado Garden Foundation announced today that the Colorado Fall Home Show will return to the Colorado Convention Center, September 20-22, 2019, with Vectra Bank once again serving as title sponsor.
The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) will, as in past years, showcase the latest home and interior design trends via themed vignettes on the show floor, along with theater sessions offered throughout the show, free attendees with the cost of admission.
The Colorado Fall Home Show features more than 250 vendors and experts offering tips, advice and inspiration for home remodeling, refreshing and renewing.
“Fall marks the perfect time to start thinking about those home projects that have been on your list, or stopping by the Colorado Fall Home Show to consult with experts, identify companies and contractors, and get tips for projects ranging from landscaping and outdoor installations to furniture and furnishings,” said Jim Fricke, executive director for Colorado Garden Foundation. “With cooler temps are just around the corner, it’s wise for homeowners to start making a plan for additions and updates, or simply stop by for ideas and inspiration.”
As always, proceeds generated from the Show will support the Colorado community through Colorado Garden Foundation’s grants and scholarships program. One hundred percent of every ticket sold at the Colorado Fall Home Show is invested in college scholarships for education in the green and agricultural industries, and horticulture-related grant projects throughout Colorado.
“We are honored to partner with this longstanding organization, which offers fall and spring garden and home shows of the highest quality while supporting our local community via horticultural grants and scholarships,” said Bruce Alexander, Vectra Bank President & CEO. “We look forward to another outstanding show and to continuing to help support Colorado Garden Foundation’s community impact.”
In 2019, the Colorado Garden Foundation awarded more than $720,000 total in scholarships and grants including one full-ride scholarship to Colorado State University more than $513,000 in horticulture-related grants to dozens of organizations throughout Colorado. This year’s two largest non-profit grant winners were the Denver Botanic Gardens and the WOW! Children’s Museum in Lafayette.
Since the 1970s, Colorado Garden Foundation has awarded more than $10 million to more than 425 organizations in Colorado, using ticket proceeds from the Colorado Garden & Home Show and Colorado Fall Home Show.
In addition to the 2019 Colorado Fall Home Show, Colorado Garden Foundation also presents the 2020 Colorado Garden & Home Show, taking place February 22 – March 1, 2020, at the Colorado Convention Center. More information is available at ColoradoGardenFoundation.org.
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About Colorado Garden Foundation
Colorado Garden Foundation, a nonprofit corporation, 501(c)(3), provides funds for horticultural-related grants and scholarships for the benefit of Colorado. To date, the Foundation has awarded more than $10 million for horticultural projects and scholarships throughout the state. Colorado Garden Foundation presents the Colorado Fall Home Show focusing on home renovation, remodeling and sustainable living and the Colorado Garden & Home Show, the Rocky Mountain region’s largest, oldest and most prestigious consumer garden and home improvement show west of the Mississippi in February. For more information, visit ColoradoGardenFoundation.org, facebook.com/coloradogardenfoundation or Twitter and Instagram @cogardenfdn.
About Vectra Bank Colorado
Vectra Bank is a division of ZB, N.A., which operates in nearly 500 local financial centers across 11 Western states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Washington and Wyoming. ZB, N.A.’s parent company is Zions Bancorporation, which is included in the S&P 500 and NASDAQ Financial 100 indices (NASDAQ: ZION).