Businesses are trying to get back to normal, and after a year-long hiatus from the Pandemic, the Megashow came to Somerset County this weekend.
The Megashow in Somerset is back and after a long year, the Vendors tell us they’re glad to have the Community’s support. The “Megashow” is an Annual Spring tradition for many people in Somerset County. Ron Aldom, Executive Director of the Somerset County Chamber of Commerce adding: “We came in about a decade ago, and that’s when it really became the Megashow. Because we brought a whole different aspect of business into it.” Business that is needed this year more than ever.
The show last year was cancelled by COVID. This three-day event features over 80 Vendors focused on home, garden, and remodeling. Visitors can shop for siding and tile, heating and cooling, plants, furniture, lawn care, crafts, and more. They can even learn about new businesses in their community, like Rut Masters Industries, which sells motorized tree stands for Hunters with disabilities. Shawn Booth of Rut Masters Industries adding: “We’ve been having an enormous amount of people that are seeing our product for the first time. We’re able to give back a lot of things that people need, that never even knew we were available.”
To follow COVID-19 Guidelines, they’ve moved the Food Court outside and made their isles wider to keep people safe while supporting businesses that need it most. The last day for the Megashow will be Sunday from Noon to 5pm.