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LumberJocks.com Grows to More Than 10,000 Projects

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LumberJocks.com Grows to More Than 10,000 Projects; Now Officially the Biggest Online Woodworking Gallery.

September 29, 2008 – LumberJocks.com, the largest project based website for woodworkers, today announced that more than 10,000 woodworking projects have been posted to the site.

“We are delighted that our members and viewers are finding LumberJocks.com to be a great place to publish and find woodworking content,” said Martin Sojka, CEO of Lumberjocks.com. “With more than 10,000 projects posted, we know that our members enjoy sharing their talents and showcasing their skills from beginners to professionals. With this rapid growth rate we expect the numbers to rise dramatically over the next quarter.”

The top 5 project contributors received a thank you award for taking the time to share their many wonderful projects. “I know it may only be a small sign of gratitude; however I would like all the contributors to our site to know that showcasing your talents and the helpful and friendly attitude of our members has truly made the site what it is today. I expect our online family of woodworkers and their projects to continue to grow and prosper. I feel that LumberJocks is now the biggest online woodworking gallery.” said Sojka.

LumberJocks.com is quickly becoming the #1 online social network for woodworkers. The site’s structure and growing features allow members to easily connect with other woodworkers, post projects and blogs and compete in friendly competitions for fantastic prizes. Stay tuned for our Winter Awards!

About LumberJocks.com
LumberJocks.com is part of the growing network of online communities hosted by Martin Sojka. The rapidly growing LumberJocks.com is comprised of men, women, children, and youth from around the world who are actively involved in woodworking. The members are a combination of professionals, skilled hobbyists, beginners and everything in between. They are furniture builders, artists, home renovators, and wood explorers.

The woodworkers join LumberJocks.com to share their experiences with wood, ask and answer questions, seek and post their personal tool reviews, find and share resource information, and blog their woodworking journeys.

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