Register for the Wood Flooring Expo

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Registration is open for the National Wood Flooring Association’s Wood Flooring Expo, scheduled for Apr. 11-14 in Tampa, Fla.

“We are really looking forward to bringing our industry together for another tremendous show,” Michael Martin, NWFA president and CEO, said in a statement. “With the continued success of NWFA University, bringing Hardwood Floors Magazine in-house, and increased engagement with our members, we have more to offer than ever and know that will make this year’s show even better.”

For more, visit www.nwfaexpo.org.

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