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The New York Home & Garden Show is an annual showcase of new products and services designed to attract and retain home buyers.
Nowhere is that more apparent than at the New York Garden Show.
The show is a prime opportunity for businesses to get their home and garden repaired in the city, according to the city’s Department of Consumer Affairs.
“The Garden Show attracts over 1.5 million visitors each year,” said Jessica Lees, director of the Department of Health & Hospitals.
“The number of new listings for homes and gardens that are repaired is growing each year, with new listings being added every day.”
The show also attracts thousands of business owners and other consumers looking to get repairs done.
Lees said the show is open for businesses from both residential and commercial property owners.
“As we’re getting more and more businesses in the Garden Show, we’re seeing that more and better businesses are opening their doors,” she said.
“We’re seeing more than 30 new businesses opening every day, and we’re doing everything we can to make sure they’re successful.”
The city’s new program for business owners, called The New Jersey Home & Garden Show, aims to increase the number of businesses that participate.
The city has two new categories for businesses.
“Business owners in the Business Zone are eligible to register with the Department to receive $150 in rebate payments, plus a one-time $200 rebate payment for each repair that is completed,” Lees said.
The program also provides a rebate of up to $250 to businesses that purchase replacement products for their home appliance repairs.
The other new category is “Non-businesses,” which are companies and individuals that have been approved to receive a rebate from the city.
Lees explained that those who qualify for a rebate are those that have received an endorsement from the Department and are “certified” by the department to be “good” repair technicians.
Leese said the department is looking to partner with other local governments in the region to provide rebates to businesses in both the Garden and non-Garden areas.
Le, Lees and other officials with the department said they expect to see an increase in the number and size of businesses opening for business at the Garden show.
“I think that we’ll see more and different types of businesses being able to come in, including home care, as well as other things that are in the marketplace, and I think that’s a good thing,” Le, Leys said.