IWF 2006 Partners with the Woodworking Channel
The International Woodworking Machinery and Furniture Supply Fair - USA® (IWF) it has partnered with The Woodworking Channel to become the internet television partner for IWF 2006 in Atlanta, August 23-26, at the Georgia World Congress Center. This is the first time the event will be covered so extensively for a broadcast audience.
From the event floor, The Woodworking Channel--the internet's first television broadcast network devoted exclusively to woodworking, at http://thewoodworkingchannel.com--will cover IWF 2006 in a brand new way. TWWC will report on new product releases, educational sessions, conduct interviews, screen product demonstrations, cover the IWF awards ceremonies and get "behind-the-scenes" footage to be broadcast to its viewers around the world.
"IWF is the year's premiere event in the woodworking industry," said Reed Smith, president of The Woodworking Channel. "This is the place where thousands of new innovations and products in the world of woodworking are introduced or presented. Our viewers expect The Woodworking Channel to be on the cutting edge. Partnering with IWF is a great way to bring the latest and greatest in woodworking to our viewers."
"The Woodworking Channel's 250,000 viewing audience delivers terrific additional ROI for our exhibitors and a great opportunity for our buyers to see what's next for the industry," added Russ McBroom, IWF 2006 chairperson and president of Mereen-Johnson Machine Co.For more information on IWF, visit http://www.wynjcomade./iwf06/ebooks/.
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