Rockler helps revive Wood Talk

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Rockler Woodworking & Hardware has signed on as the primary sponsor of Wood Talk to help bring back the long-running woodworking podcast, which recently relaunched in February following a year-long hiatus.

“Wood Talk has educated and entertained woodworkers for over a decade,” says Scott Ekman, Rockler’s vice president of marketing. “The Rockler team has been fans of the show for years and we are proud to help bring it back. The show brings such great conversation and insights to the woodworking hobby, and appeals to both beginner and advanced woodworkers.”

Wood Talk is hosted by Matt Cremona, Shannon Rogers and Marc Spagnuolo.

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