The Bay Building Industries Association wrapped up their 10th annual Great American Home and Garden Expo on Sunday.
Over 3500 people attended the expo at the Bay County Fair Grounds this weekend browsing over 60 different vendor booths selling products to build or upgrade a dream home.
The Master Gardeners booth was a hot topic at this years expo for locals looking to tap into their green thumbs this spring.
Products left over from this weekends expo will be donated Habitat for Humanity to use in their upcoming homes and projects.
"A lot of people came out to show their support for us. Our major thing is to get businesses helping businesses in out local area and try to help each other survive in todays times. The other vendors have all said they had a lot of support and a lot of communication with potential customers. So it's been good for the community and good for us," said BBIA President Stan Lindsey.
They will continue the tradition next year with more than 100 vendors.
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