IWF 2014 Says Advanced Registration is Strong Throughout the U.S.
July 10, 2014 | 2:00 pm CDT
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IWF 2014 Says Advanced Registration is Strong Throughout the U.S.ATLANTA   – Organizers of the International Woodworking Fair, IWF 2014, say registration continues to grow daily and is pacing ahead of the 2012 Fair.

Currently the top 20 states for advanced registration are, in the following order:

Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, Indiana, Ohio, Alabama, Pennsylvania, Texas, California, Illinois, South Carolina, Tennessee, Minnesota, New York, Wisconsin, Michigan, Massachusetts, Virginia, Louisiana and Missouri.

Thousands of companies are sending their key decision-makers to IWF looking for innovative products that they can only see, test and compare at IWF.

“We are up across the board, more exhibits, more products and more attendees,” says Rick Hannigan, IWF 2014 chairman and Director of Marketing Weinig/Holz-Her, “The importance of seeing products first-hand and engaging face-to-face with industry experts is key to our industry’s growth.”

The IWF tradeshow brings together industry leaders and showcases innovative products, machinery, materials, design and an expanded conference.

IWF 2014 will be held August 20-23 in Atlanta at the Georgia World Congress Center. For up-to-date and industry updates, go online to www.iwfatlanta.com

The largest woodworking technology trade show in North America is held every other year at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, and is ranked among the largest trade shows in the world. Recognized around the world as the pre-eminent event for introducing and selling manufacturing equipment, supplies and innovative new technology, IWF attracts visitors from every level of the industry and over sixty foreign countries and all 50 states. For more information about the International Woodworking Fair, go online to www.iwfatlanta.com, or call (404)693-8333.

 Source: IWF

IWF 2014 Says Advanced Registration is Strong Throughout the U.S.

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