Hello Everyone, Back in February at the Taylor, MI Woodworking Shows, we had Matt Vanderlist of Matt's Basement Workshop come down with his camera equipment to film our demonstrations. We are so excited about this years products and wanted to s...
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We have been presenters for a variety of manufacturing and retail vendors at a number of regional and national woodworking shows for the past 16 years. Currently, we are traveling with The Woodworking Shows and are operating The Woodworker's Library. We'll be all over the country on weekends this winter and hope to see you there!
Over the years we've become acquainted with some of the handiest gadgets a woodworker could want and our passion for woodworking has grown. We've found that woodworkers are some of the most honest, dependable, salt of the Earth people around and count our blessings for the opportunities to work in such an exciting capacity in this industry. Sure, the road gets long some nights, but at the end of the week we're with our friends sharing the love of woodworking.
I hope that wasn't too cliche, but it is how I feel.
In order to support the sporadic income of seasonal shows, we've recently started selling our products through our website at http://www.3DWoodworkingStore.com/ I hate to turn our first post into a shameless plug, but we sure would appreciate it if you browsed our selection to see if there is anything we can help you with. We'd also like to hear about any unique products you think we should carry and demonstrate.
I use the term We and I interchangeably as my husband, Mark and I are in this together. We've been traveling for some time and I often feel I can speak for him.
Thank you for reading about me!
-- Mark & Elaine, Iowa, http://3DWoodworkingStore.com
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