WAYNESBORO, Pa. — The Franklin County (Pa.) Builders Show will return next month to Waynesboro for the second time in its 29 years.
More than 200 vendors are expected to participate in the show, which is scheduled for March 16-18. It will be held in the former EZ Dumper building at the intersection of Ninth Street and Clayton Avenue.
The 60,000-square-foot building will provide more space than what was used in 2011 in the Waynesboro Mall, according to Tom Hanks, executive director of the Franklin County Builders Association.
“It gives us a lot more than last year,” he said.
The show was held for years in Chambersburg, Pa.
“We stayed in Waynesboro because we could get the best building, and we got such a good response last year,” Hanks said.