PASADENA, Calif.- Registration is now open for the 2018 Cabinets & Closets Conference & Expo in Pasadena at the Pasadena Convention Center to be held March 27-29. The annual event - which features a full-day conference, plant tour and exposition - is dedicated to home remodeling professionals specializing in building kitchen cabinets, closets, and other home storage designs.
Three education tracks are planned for March 27: Closets-- Profitability Through Innovation; Cabinets -- Upgrade Your Business Now; and Lean -- Total Lean Immersion! The three-day event also features free morning keynotes and other complimentary education sessions. Click here for an updated conference schedule.
“Business is booming in the cabinets and closets industries right now. So the time is ripe for CCCE 2018," said Laurel Didier, publisher of Closets & Organized Storage magazine, part of the Woodworking Network which also produces the Cabinets & Closets Expo and Conference. "Pasadena offers all of the amenities of a big city, with plenty of restaurants, hotels and scenery in an easy-to-get-around city.”
The Association of Closet and Storage Professionals (ACSP) will once again offer designer certification during the conference allowing designers a chance to see the latest home storage products on the market and get certified in the same day.
The Top Shelf Design Awards will also be celebrated at an awards reception the evening of March 28.
CCCE 2018 is owned and managed by the Woodworking Network whose assets include FDMC, Closets & Organized Storage, RED BOOK, WoodworkingNetwork.com, the Daily Brief, Wood Pro Expo and WMS, the national event for Canada's wood products industry.
The 2018 Cabinets & Closets Conference is produced in partnership with the Association of Closets and Storage Professionals (ACSP) and the Cabinet Makers Association (CMA).
Interested in exhibiting? Reserve your booth now by contacting: Mike Litwicki, Hall-Erickson (630) 434-7779
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For general inquiries, contact Events Director, Carroll Henning.
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