The Woodworkings Shows

For Exhibitors

What Are The Woodworking Shows

The Woodworking Shows are the exclusive consumer trade shows serving woodworkers and woodworking hobbyists across the United States. With over 32 years of experience The Woodworking Shows are the best place for your business, small or large, to get in front of your customers. We offer this by having an established and dedicated following of woodworking enthusiasts that count on The Woodworking Shows to bring them tools and supplies needed for any project.

By providing free education and a truly unique hands on experience through exhibits and demonstration The Woodworking Shows continue to attract new audience members yearly. We pride ourselves on having an audience of woodworkers that span all skill levels and share the same enthusiasm for the trade. Here are the top woodworking products and specialties a Woodworking Show exhibitor will bring/offer at a Woodworking Show.

  • Cabinetmaking 
  • Carving
  • Chairmaking 
  • Dust Collection 
  • Finishing
  • Handtools
  • Jigs 
  • Joinery
  • Powertools
  • Safety Equipment
  • Sawblades
  • Shop Equipment
  • Wood
  • Woodturning
  • Woodturning Tools
  • Veneering
Exhibiting at a Woodworking Show should be a positive and profitable experience. The woodworking specialties/products above are only examples and there are no real limitations to what you can bring to the show. Overall exhibitors who sell a product or service that is useful and valuable to woodworkers and general hands on consumers will succeed in the Woodworking Show sales environment.
Preparing for the show is easy as long as you follow these guidelines. 
  1. Signage and booth equipment should fit in a 10’ x 10’ area
  2. Make sure signage is visible at eye line
  3. Displays should be inviting and professional
  4. Demonstrations should be well practiced
  5. Product/s should be on hand
  6. If you are selling product/s have enough inventory or make sure to have drop ship program in place 
  7. Marketing collateral and signups should be legible and easily followed
  8. Make your message impactful
  9. Signup sheets should only include information you want and include an opt-out option 
  10. Engage your customer