CCF Industries and KCD Software join JB Cutting as sponsors of the 2019 Top Shelf Design Awards
September 12, 2018 | 7:08 pm UTC
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – CCF Industries and KCD Software have signed on as sponsors for the 2019 Top Shelf Design Awards reception to be held during the 2019 Cabinets & Closets Conference & Expo in Charlotte, North Carolina, March 6-8. Additional event sponsors include JB Cutting.
NASCAR Hall of Fame Museum
The Top Shelf Design Awards, which will launch November 1, are given annually to honor designers for their creative closet and home organizational designs. Winners of the 2019 contest will be celebrated March 7 during a reception at the NASCAR Hall of Fame Museum, located steps from the Charlette Convention Center. Follow www.woodworkingnetwork.com/top-shelf for upcoming details on how to enter. The deadline for entry is January 16, 2019.
All award winners will receive an award plaque or certificate and will be featured in Closets & Organized Storage magazine and Woodworking Network and all of its digital platforms. The Overall Winner (project receiving the highest score from the judges) will receive a $500 gift card.
The 2019 Cabinets & Closets Conference & Expo will co-locate with Wood Pro Expo for the first time and will feature a full-day conference, plant tour as well as exposition - all dedicated to home remodeling professionals specializing in building kitchen cabinets, closets, and other home storage designs. Learn more about the conference and expo at www.cabinetsandclosetsexpo.com.
About the sponsors
KCD Software manufactures custom software designed to facilitate woodworkers, designers, builders, and renovators of cabinetry and closets.
CCF Industries specializes in manufacturing high-quality, dovetailed drawer boxes for the closet, kitchen and bath, office and more.
JB Cutting specializes in made-to-order MDF-core components and three-dimensional laminate (thermofoil) doors, drawers and accessories, 5pc doors and drawers, and panel processing, that are complementary to home organization, healthcare environments, and residential kitchens and baths.
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