CHARLOTTE, NC --

The Cabinet Makers Association will preview its new Continuing Education Unit (CEU) program at the 2011 Custom Cabinet Conference, February 24-25 at the Charlotte Convention Center.

In a January 14 guest blog on WoodWorkingNetwork.com, Dave Grulke, executive director of the CMA, announced the association's newest educational initiative.

According to Grulke, the Charlotte event is a precursor to the full-blown roll-out of the new program at the AWFS Fair, July 20-23, in Las Vegas, NV.

Custom Cabinet Conference programs that will earn CEU credits include:
• Working with Designers & Architects (1.0 CMA CEU credits)
• Moving From Residential to Commercial Woodwork (1.0 CMA CEU credits)
• The Art of Pricing Profitably (2.0 CMA CEU credits)
• Hiring, Firing and Motivating Employees (1.0 CMA CEU credits)
• Making Dollars & Sense from Your Advertising Expenses (1.0 CMA CEU credits)

Learn more about each of these sessions and register at CustomCabinetConference.com.

The Custom Cabinet Conference is being held in conjunction with the 7th Annual Closets & Home Organization Conference & Expo.

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