KCMA continues support of Design & Construction Week

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The Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association announced it is a supporting organization of the sixth annual Design & Construction Week in Las Vegas.

The event, scheduled for Feb. 19-21, will bring together more than 80,000 design and construction professionals in North America’s largest gathering of the residential design and construction industry.

Members of the KCMA will enjoy discounted registration for the event, while the organization’s leaders have the opportunity to participate in the Design & Construction Week Executive Roundtable to discuss issues and trends in the North American housing market and exchange ideas with other industry thought leaders.

“KCMA is excited once again to exhibit at KBIS after a successful show last year, and to show our support of DCW by participating as a Supporting Organization for the third year in a row,” Betsy Nattz, the trade group’s CEO, said in a statement.

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