More Information on Tiny House Expo in Loveland

The Northern Colorado Renewable Energy Society (NCRES) and Uncle Benny’s Building Supplies are proud to present: Simple Living: A DIY Tiny Home Expo.  This event is a tiny home/ DIY faire designed to educate the general public about renewable energy practices, lowering your carbon footprint and how to get your hands dirty with your own DIY projects - whether you are interested in a simpler lifestyle or Tiny Home living.

The Expo will take place at the Farmstead located in Loveland CO on Sunday, September 11th and will feature a networking and business to business gathering Saturday evening, September 10th. This will be followed by a full day open to the public with workshops, presentations, and vendors.  Attendees will learn more about Tiny Homes, alternative energy solutions, waste to reuse pathways and DIY projects to simplify and improve their lifestyles. Sponsors and Partners will enjoy on-site promotion, invitations to both Saturday and Sunday and a wealth of branding opportunities. While we expect this event to be a great community building experience and wildly successful we are looking for the right people and companies to help us bring the Expo to life.

The Simple Living Expo is a benefit for NCRES - the Northern Chapter of the Colorado Renewable Energy Society- a statewide nonpartisan, nonprofit that is dedicated to the advancement of renewable energy, energy efficiency, sustainability and economic development in northern Colorado.  NCRES has also partnered with Sauce Promotion & Productions located in Fort Collins and Uncle Benny’s Building Supplies, a Loveland based building supply exchange that encourages people to use recycled, reusable materials for their building projects, and lend their expertise to those interested in starting their own projects.

Working together we hope to drive home the message that you CAN build it yourself, SAVE energy and REUSE materials while you do, and celebrate a community leading by example.  Thank you for your support and we look forward to seeing you at the first annual Simple Living: A DIY and Tiny Home Expo!

Hunter Buffington

Sauce Promotion & Productions

Part of the amazing team producing Living Simple

About the Movement

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