Bluefield Daily Telegraph
The line of people waiting to enter the Brushfork National Guard Armory was already backed up into the parking lot as Jennifer Saddler, co-chair of the 2014 Better Living Show committee cut the ribbon at 10 a.m., to formally open the event.
The armory/civic center is packed with exhibitors representing a wide range of goods and services, with several more outside in the parking lot. The show, that is hosted by the Greater Bluefield Chamber of Commerce, runs through 8 p.m., today and from 10 a.m., to 6 p.m., on Saturday.
Visitors to this year’s show can once again expect to see a wide variety of goods and services that will be on display both Friday and Saturday. This includes glassware, hot tubs, jewelry, hanging baskets, paintings, heat pumps, clothing, arts and crafts, vendors, pet care and treats, hand-crafted items and much more.