HGTV Holiday House to Feature Home Collection

BLOOMINGTON, Minn-HGTV will celebrate the holidays with the HGTV Holiday House, a modern day, life-size gingerbread house at Mall of America here.

From Nov. 23 (Black Friday) through New Year's Day the HGTV Holiday House, located in the Mall's rotunda, will offer free demonstrations, meet and greets, and autograph sessions featuring popular network talent, including David Bromstad of "HGTV Design Star," Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri of "Kitchen Cousins," Genevieve Gorder of "HGTV Design Star," Scott McGillivray of "Income Property," and Vern Yip of "HGTV Design Star," among others.

For the first time, the HGTV Home line, which includes the HGTV Home Furniture Collection, HGTV Home Design Studio at Bassett, HGTV Home Lighting by ELK Lighting, HGTV Home Flooring by Shaw and HGTV Home by Sherwin-Williams, will be on display for the public at a special HGTV Home Pop-Up Showroom, a 2,000 square-foot store located on level 1, south at Mall of America.

"Mall of America has revolutionized the shopping experience for more than 20 years," said Denise Conroy-Galley, HGTV's senior vice president of marketing and creative. "We are excited to deliver a truly unique entertainment adventure for millions of holiday shoppers with the HGTV Holiday House and the HGTV Home Pop-Up Showroom."

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