CMA to host roundtable at AWFS: What's your problem?
June 29, 2021 | 8:22 am CDT
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LAS VEGAS - The Cabinet Makers Association (CMA) will host its popular “What’s Your Problem?” roundtable discussion at 3 p.m. on July 22, during the AWFS Fair in Las Vegas, Nevada. The free session is part of the show’s educational program and attendees are encouraged to register in advance.

“What’s Your Problem?” is an opportunity for shop owners to share their current struggles with other
like‐minded woodworking professionals. This is a unique outlet to share business challenges and learn
solutions from others who have been there, done that, and succeeded.

“I suspect that these conversations will be lively, as there is a lot of catching up to do,” said CMA Executive Director Amanda Conger.

Thursday's CMA session is open to all show attendees; you do not have to be a member of the association to participate. Attendees should add educational session TH 56 to their agenda when registering for AWFS.

For more information about the CMA and its plans during the 2021 AWFS Fair, visit cabinetmakers.org/awfs2021.

The Cabinet Makers Association was incorporated in 1998 by a group of custom cabinet makers
who thought the smaller shops needed to network and help each other grow profitably. Currently, CMA
membership is made up primarily of 20 or fewer employee operations, with the vast majority of those
being 1‐5 person shops. For more information, visit cabinetmakers.org.

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