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DENISON, TX -- Hundreds spent part of their day indoors checking out a home show that gives residents a look at products and services related to themselves and their homes.

For the fourth year, the Home Builders Association of Grayson, Fannin and Cooke Counties has organized a Home and Garden Show.

Afew dozen vendors showed up, allowing homeowners to pick up lots of information, and the association members get to see plenty of potential customers.

"You can't put a billboard up and almost get 5,000 in every day, so you get to interact and talk to people and meet people who are looking to build and need insurance or landscaping, anything," says Home Builders Association manager Lindsay Wright.

The show moved to Loy Lake Park after being held at Midway Mall last year. It will be open again Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and admission is $3. Part of the proceeds go to the Child and Family Guidance Center of Texoma.