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BLUEFIELD (WVVA) - Crowds are converging on the Brushfork Armory today for the 34th annual Better Living Show.

The ribbon was officially cut on the two-event Friday morning.

The theme of this year's event -- held by the Greater Bluefield Chamber of Commerce -- is 'Put a little bling into your spring.'

More than 100 vendors will be on site through Saturday, promoting their goods and services.

As is tradition, WVVA will be there, broadcasting live and giving away a new HDTV!

The Chamber says the following door prizes will be given away at random during the two-day event:

  • Two -- 32" HD Televisions  - one on Friday, April 26 and one on Saturday, April 27
  • Two tickets to Sha Na Na - June 15th - Chuck Mathena Center
  • Two Seafood Buffets at Fincastle on the Mountain
  • Four Seasons Country - Original Painting Print from Gary Bowling's House of Art
  • Fiesta 4 PC Place Setting - WV Tourist Info Center, Princeton
  • Two Handpainted Table Lamps - Allen's Furniture
  • Cutlip's Lawn and Garden Center - $250.00 Gift Certificate
  • Hometown Shell - Gift Cards - $25.00
  • Lawson Family Dentistry - Gift Certificate - Teeth Whitening System
  • Beats Pink Pill - Valued at $199 - AT & T
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