TORONTO -- The Wood Machinery Manufacturers of America has entered into an agreement with the Woodworking Machinery and Supply Expo (WMS) to host a WMMA Pavilion.
WMS, Canada's largest woodworking event, is scheduled to take place October 27-29, 2011, at the Direct Energy Centre.
The WMMA Pavilion will enable association members to band together and showcase their equipment, supplies and services in a highly visible fashion. In addition, WMMA Pavilion exhibitors will be promoted on the WMS website and in e-newsletters distributed to the show's full database.
"We are thrilled to have the WMMA's support for WMS and look forward to working with the association and its members to create an exhibit space that will serve as a beacon for attendees interested in learning about the latest and greatest American woodworking technologies," said Rich Christianson of Vance Communications Canada, which organizes the biennial trade fair. "The WMMA is a leading authority of woodworking technology and the U.S. wood products market."
Current market conditions in Canada make this a banner year for U.S. woodworking machinery and suppliers to capitalize. Canada's housing market is on a growth trend and the strong Canadian dollar makes U.S. products especially attractive to Canadian woodworking professionals.
Member companies interested in participating in the WMMA Pavilion at WMS can learn more by contacting Rich Widick of Hall-Erickson Inc. at 630-434-7779 or email@example.com.
Learn more about WMS at WoodworkingExpo.ca.
Learn more about the WMMA and its member's products at wmma.org.
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