IWF Advance Registration Exceeds 10,000; Free Passes Available to Door and Window SymposiumAugust 9th, 2012 | Category: Industry News
Advanced attendee registration numbers for the upcoming International Woodworking Fair (IWF) has exceeded 10,000 and continues to climb daily, according to event organizers. Set to take place August 22-25 in Atlanta at the Georgia World Congress Center, IWF registrations have come in from all 50 states and more than 60 foreign countries. Organizers note that registrations are up in 42 states compared to the 2010 fair. The show is also featuring the first ever door and window symposium to be held August 21, and sponsored by DWM magazine.
The discount code is DWMS and the first 20 people to register get a free registration to the Symposium. It also includes a show badge to attend the IWF exhibit hall and other educational sessions. Deadline to take advantage of the free registration is Friday, August 10.
The symposium consists of featured speakers who will address:
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Go to the website for the full lineup of speakers.
“We are up across the board, more exhibits, more products and more buyers,” says Michael Burdis, IWF 2012 chairman and president of James L. Taylor Manufacturing Company. “The importance of seeing products first-hand and engaging face-to-face with industry experts is key to our growth.”
The IWF tradeshow brings together industry leaders and showcases innovative products, machinery, materials, design and an expanded conference. Additional information as well as registration details are available on the event website.