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Click here to see the 22 finalists for the2010 Challengers Award®.International Woodworking Machinery & Furniture Supply Fair-USA® 30August 22-25, 2012 . Atlanta, Georgia . www.iwfatlanta.comThe IWF 2012®Challengers AwardThe Challengers Award®, which will be presented during IWF 2012, isknown throughout the world as the woodworking industry's highest honor,recognizing advancements in technology or significant contributions toenvironmental improvement: and focuses on companies that havedistinguished themselves by developing innovative technology inproducts, materials, supplies and services. In 2012 the Challengers Award® finalists and winners will again berecognized all 4 days in a highly visible display area on the showfloor. The special area will provide buyers and the media informationabout the 2012 finalists and winners.

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