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Expo gives homeowners a place to start on projects

10:40 AM, Jan. 19, 2013
Chase Spielvogel, 9, and his father, Todd, ofSheboygan, build a toy car together Friday at the Kids Project Zone sponsored by Home Depot during the Home Expo at the KI Convention Center in Green Bay.
Chase Spielvogel, 9, and his father, Todd, ofSheboygan, build a toy car together Friday at the Kids Project Zone sponsored by Home Depot during the Home Expo at the KI Convention Center in Green Bay.
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After 25 years in a home she built with her family, Deenie Hoyer of Crivitz said it's time for something new.

"It's a matter of updating," she said.

Hoyer was at the 2013 Home Expo on Friday checking out her options. More than 100 exhibitors from all aspects of homebuilding and remodeling were on hand for the Brown County Home Builders Assocation event at the KI Convention Center in downtown Green Bay. ...

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