All Show Services Buys Nashville-based Home Decorating and Remodeling Show

September 20, 2016

All Show Services has acquired the Home Decorating and Remodeling Show, held annually at Music City Center in Nashville.

The show has a 33-year track record of success and is sponsored by the Better Business Bureau.

“Acquiring the Home Decorating and Remodeling Show is a wonderful addition to our portfolio of shows,” said Eric Udler, president, All Show Services.

He added, “Our team has a long history of producing shows and we intend to grow this event into one of the premier home shows in the country.”

The 2017 show will take place Sept. 8-10 at Music City Center.

“Since the first time I met with Eric, I was impressed with his vision when it comes to producing home shows,” said Vandy Richards, long-time producer of the Home Decorating and Remodeling Show. “Exhibitors will reap the benefits of his team’s experience growing the New Jersey Home Show into a marketing machine by having the right mix of HGTV and DIY hosts, celebrity chefs and one-of-a-kind features.”

The newly acquired Home and Remodeling Show will be significantly larger than in years past and will attract more homeowners from the Greater Nashville Metropolitan Area.

Corporate Solutions of Westport, Conn., was the exclusive advisor to Show Pros International in arranging, structuring and negotiating this transaction.

“This is a great strategic acquisition for All Show Services as they have a long history of producing consumer shows in the home and pet industries,” said Nick Curci from Corporate Solutions.

He added, “They will surely grow this event into one of the premier home shows in the country.” 

This brings the All Show Services portfolio to four shows produced annually, including the New Jersey Home Show and Super Pet Expos. 

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