An estimated 11,000 woodworking professionals viewed new equipment and supplies by more than 950 exhibitors at the 2010 IWF.
An estimated 11,000 woodworking professionals viewed new equipment and supplies by more than 950 exhibitors at the 2010 IWF.

ATLANTA — Registration is now open for the 2012 International Woodworking Fair (IWF), the largest woodworking technology show in North America. The biennial show will be held Aug. 22-25 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. 

According to show management, IWF attracts visitors from more than 80 countries and throughout the United States, representing all segments of the woodworking industry including: furniture, cabinet, casegoods, retail fixtures, closets and components.

2010 IWF had more than 950 exhibitors and an estimated 11,000 verified buyers in attendance. The show hopes to attract a larger crowd of exhibitors and attendees at the summer event.

“Registration for IWF starts now and the advantages for exhibitors go beyond just saving money” said Michael Burdis, IWF 2012 chairman and president of James L. Taylor Mfg. Co. in a statement.  “Exhibitors can get a head start on networking and marketing their products for the show.”

For more information, or to register for IWF, visit iwfatlanta.com.

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