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Mark your calendars for these RONA Contractor Shows in the New Year

It's a chance to unwind, grab some food, see some terrific new products... and say hi to Canadian Contractor publisher Rob Koci.


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December 11, 2013 by Steve Payne

RONA contractor showRob Koci invites you to join Canadian Contractor at 10 RONA Contractor Shows, in various cities across Canada, in the New Year.
You’ll have a chance to see tools and building products that are new to the industry, network with your fellow contractors – and pick up some prizes, special deals and giveaways. the prizes include free Tim Horton’s coffee for a year and two all equipped 2014 Kawasaki Side X Side utility vehicles.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS!
Vancouver,BC, Feb. 3, Pacific National Exhibition Forum
Victoria, BC, Feb. 5, Saanich Pearks Recreation Centre
Kelowna, BC, Feb. 11, Prospera Place
Calgary, AB, Feb. 13, Calgary Stampede Park
Saskatoon, SK, Feb. 18, Prairieland Park
Winnipeg, MB, Feb. 20, Assiniboia Downs
London, ON, Feb. 25, Western Fair District, Canada Building
Belleville, ON, Mar. 4, Quinte Sports Centre, Wally Dever Arena
Toronto, ON, Mar. 6, International Centre
Halifax, NS, Mar. 19, Halifax Forum
For more information or to register visit. www.rona.ca/show

 


 


 


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Steve Payne

Steve Payne is the editor of Canadian Contractor magazine
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1 Comment » for Mark your calendars for these RONA Contractor Shows in the New Year
  1. Abie Baker says:

    We are in the renovations for 50 years and I am considered to be an expert.
    We have renovated and designed many homes.
    Our company published some expertise information that people were thinking to have major renovations done but did not know were to start.
    Renovations is a very tricky business and you must cross all your tees and my clients will seek ways not to pay completly for the work that was done.
    We had a case were a client removed the drywall and insulation so thet can take a photo saying there was no insulation in the walls but we had the last photo and there was insulation in the walls.
    So that is the reason you must be on the top of the client for paymentsbeause don’t go further to your receive your payment as to the contract s schedule