While home parties are always a blast, the pressure to buy kind of wears you thin. At this year’s El Dorado County Home and Garden Show, that pressure is gone. And why has no one has thought of this before? The “home party” has gone public. No more ordering things we don’t want or will ever use because we are embarrassed.
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The organizers of the EDC Home and Garden show have dedicated an entire building, the Organ room, to let select vendors host gigantic “home parties.” Imagine. No pressure to buy — strictly informational — but mostly a good time and a chance to share a few smiles with other women just like you.
Every 30 or 60 minutes, women just like us who have discovered fabulous new products will share their information and products with all of us. Home-based businesses like the Pampered Chef, Mary Kay and Origami Owl, just to name a few, will introduce themselves to us as we sit comfortably in arranged chairs and will demonstrate or showcase their passion.