PALMERSTON, Ontario — Tuesday, May 03, 2022 — Nobody knows more about building than Bryan Baeumler, so who better to join Trusscore at North America’s most important builders’ show?
Baeumler, the co-star of several hit HGTV shows in Canada and the U.S., will join Team Trusscore in its booth S606 at the NAHB International Builders’ Show (IBS) in Orlando, Fla., on Feb. 9 from 11 a.m., to 2 p.m.
“Bryan is not only an international TV star, but also a renowned builder and contractor with an unparalleled reputation,” said Trusscore CEO Dave Caputo. “We’re delighted and honored that he can join our team in Orlando.”
Trusscore, a material science company that makes sustainable, improved alternatives for drywall, plasterboard, and fiber-reinforced plastic panels, is an award finalist at the IBS event in the category of Most Innovative Building Material for its Wall&CeilingBoard product. The winners of the 2022 Best of IBS Awards will be announced at the show’s conclusion on Feb. 10.
The IBS, as it’s known, is the premier light construction building industry tradeshow, and the largest of its kind in North America, typically featuring 800,000 square feet of exhibit and display space. Organized by the National Association of Homebuilders, the show is a hub for new product launches, construction demos, thought-leadership sessions, and workshops. The show opens on Feb. 8 and runs through Feb. 10, and the Trusscore booth is S606.
Baeumler, along with his interior designer wife Sarah, has starred for more than a decade in several HGTV shows, including Island of Bryan (in Canada) and Renovation Island (in the U.S). He joined Trusscore as a brand ambassador in September 2020.
Free passes to the IBS show are available through Trusscore at www.buildersshow.com/Trusscore.
Trusscore is changing how people build buildings and the environmental footprint left behind when they do. Trusscore is focusing on R&D and bringing material science to its formulations–making its products functional and beautiful. Trusscore Wall&CeilingBoard is changing the way the world builds interior walls with a material that is installed three times faster and is incredibly durable, reusable and recyclable. The company’s marketing and R&D teams are based at the Communitech Hub in Kitchener with manufacturing plants in Palmerston, Ontario and Dayton, Ohio. For more information, visit trusscore.com.
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