TORONTO -- Advanced discount registration is now open for the 2011 Woodworking Machinery & Supply Expo, October 27-29 at the Direct Energy Centre.
Attendees can take advantage of this early-bird offer and pay only $10 to attend the expo, a $20 savings on at-the-door registration fees.
In addition, by taking advantage of this jump-start opportunity, registrants will qualify for discounts to attend the expanded WMS Conference program and automatically be entered for a pre-show drawing to win one of 20 WMS Conference packages. Details of the conference will be announced in August.
WMS, Canada’s largest woodworking event is being held for the first time at the state-of-the-art Direct Energy Centre in downtown Toronto. The Direct Energy Centre is conveniently located one kilometer from the Toronto City Centre Airport, which has multiple daily direct flights between Montreal and Toronto on Air Canada and from many major Canadian and U.S. cities on Porter Airlines. The Direct Energy Centre is also just a few minutes from Union Station.
WMS is your only-once-every-two-year opportunity to see demonstrations of new woodworking machinery, software and supplies; to shop and compare vendors; and to network with old friends and make new ones. The 2011 edition of WMS will also feature the most comprehensive and enhanced education conference in the show’s history. Presentations will cover key issues related to profitability and industry trends, from how to find new customers and break into new markets through how to run your shop leaner and greener.
WMS is backed by leading Canadian trade associations, including the Architectural Woodwork Manufacturers Association of Canada (AWMAC), Canadian Kitchen Cabinet Association (CKCA), and the Wood Manufacturing Council (WMC), Wood Component Manufacturers of Association and Wood Manufacturers of America. In addition, the event has the support of leading woodworking media including Wood Industry, Woodworking Canadian Woodworking & Home Improvement and Canadian Finishing and Coatings Manufacturing, Wood & Panel USA, Woodworking Network and Woodweb.
Keep up-to-date with news about the show and exhibitor information at the all-new WMS website: woodworkingexpo.ca.
For information about exhibiting at WMS, contact Rich Widick of Hall-Erickson Inc. at 866-967-2015 or email email@example.com.
For general inquiries about the show, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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