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IWF says the show will go on


The International Woodworking Fair is proceeding as scheduled on Aug. 25-28 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.

“IWF 2020 is growing, on track and on plan for opening day Tuesday, August 25,” the IWF announced on its website. “With the largest footprint in show history, attendee registration pacing well ahead of 2018, demand for exhibit space expanding and all-new branding powering the marketing push, IWF 2020 is set to deliver another winner.

“At the same time, we know that many are concerned about the COVID-19 Coronavirus and its potential to impact IWF Atlanta 2020 this August. As we proceed on course to produce the show as scheduled, we're closely monitoring developments related to the COVID-19 Coronavirus in line with local and national authorities and public health advice from the CDC and WHO. We are prepared to address any significant changes as the year progresses. Meanwhile, it is business as usual at IWF.”

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