The Cabinet Makers Association, in cooperation with Delmac Machinery, is pleased to announce its next regional workshop.Our associate member, Delmac Machinery is proud to host the next Cabinet Makers Association Regional Workshop, at their Greensboro, NC facility on Friday, July 30th.
This event is part of the CMA’s College of Cabinet Making and Custom Woodworking. We have scheduled a full one-day program packed with educational topics you don’t want to miss.
We start early in the morning at 8:30 with a check in/meet and greet session, complete with coffee and bagels as you arrive for the day. The educational sessions will begin promptly at 9:00am. We will have three 60-90 minute educational sessions with a break in between for a hot buffet lunch.
When the educational seminars are finished, John Park, Delmac’s General Manager, will take the attendees on a facility tour and Delmac will run a lean cell machinery demonstration.
The educational topics are:
Contracts & Collections, What every small business should know.
Mr. Jason Goins, Attorney, Wyatt, Early, Harris, Wheele. L.L.P.
Social Media & Digital Marketing, A Tour for Business Professionals.
Mr. Kim Williams, Client Services Manager, B?M Interactive
Traditional Advertising & Marketing, Making Dollars and Sense from your Marketing Budget.
Dave Grulke, Executive Director, Cabinet Makers Association
8:30-9:00 Meet & Greet, morning refreshments
9:00-10:15 Contracts and Collections
10:30-12:00 Social Media & Digital Marketing
12:00-1:00 Hot Buffet Lunch
1:15-2:30 Traditional Marketing
2:45-3:15 Facility Tour
3:30-4:30 Lean Cell Machinery Demonstration featuring a nested base router, CNC bore and dowel machine, bander with return conveyor, and case clamp.
The cost to attend this event is $40 for advance registration for CMA members and other industry professionals. Advance registration will end seven days before the event. Late registrations and pay at the door will be $60. The CMA will credit $40 towards a new general membership dues payment (normally $249 for the year) for every new member joining at the event.
For full details and to register online visit the group’s website. Seating is limited and will be on a first come, first served basis.
Join us for this outstanding event in Greensboro this July!
General membership in the CMA is open to any cabinet or woodworking business or professional. Associate membership is limited to firms that supply materials, tools, machinery, services or supplies to general members. CMA’s educational speaker’s bureau provides expert, entertaining speakers on a wide variety of topics facing the cabinet and woodworking industries, and delivers more educational seminars to more woodworking professionals across the U.S. than any other organization.
The CMA is a non-profit association and was incorporated in 1998. The CMA’s mission is “to uphold the highest level of professionalism in the industry by providing its members with networking opportunities, continuing education and ongoing professional development."
Source: Cabinet Makers Assn., www.cabinetmakers.org
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