The Cabinet Makers Association (CMA) is proud to announce that they will host regional events this Fall.
"We enjoyed seeing many of the CMA members in Vegas at AWFS," explained Matt Krig, the association's current President. "We realize that connecting with other members, learning from others, is what this association is all about. Because of that, we are deep in the planning process for several regional events."
Baltimore, MD: October 7-8
Attend the Wood Pro Expo at the Maryland State Fairgrounds. This trade show is a great opportunity for industry professionals in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern corridor to connect, especially those who don't attend the industry's major trade shows like AWFS and IWF. In addition to exhibits, the trade show also includes educational sessions sponsored by the CMA. For more information and to register, visit http://www.fdmcdigital.com/Events/WoodProExpo2015/tabid/550/Default.aspx
Northern NJ/Metro NY: October 14-16
Hosted by Millwork & More in Riverdale, NJ. Begins with a full day of seminars by industry experts followed by a day of shop tours. On the third day, attendees will visit some related attractions in Manhattan, including the Häfele showroom for their Oktoberfest celebration.
Chicago, IL: November 4-6
Hosted by Exclusive Woodworking in Waukegan, IL. Agenda includes a full day of seminars followed by full day of shop tours beginning at Exclusive Woodworking and including a visit to their showroom, nuHaus in Downtown Chicago. Just blocks away, participants will get to visit the Hafele showroom. A third day is also being planned to visit such area attractions as the Merchandise Mart, and a Chicago Architecture Foundation River Cruise.
More details and registration information will be provided as it becomes available. For more information, please contact CMA Executive Director Jim McDermott at (866) 562- 2512 or via email [email protected]
The CMA is a professional organization where cabinetmakers and woodworkers from both the residential and commercial markets get together and share their hard earned knowledge and experience to help one another. For more information, visitwww.cabinetmakers.org.
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