• Food for Thought Breakfast 2014 - Somerset, NJ

    Toccoa, GA – Osborne Wood Products is serving up innovation in New Jersey. The company will host their second ideation breakfast during the Cabinets and Closets Expo in Somerset New Jersey on April 10th.

    The Food For Thought breakfast is a unique networking and idea sharing event. The breakfast is built for collaboration. Osborne Director of Marketing, Christian Smedberg, will be moderating the event, leading discussion on cabinet and closet innovation, storage solutions, and how companies such as Osborne can contribute new products and technology to the industry.

    Cabinets & ClosetsSmedberg noted about the event, “This breakfast is all about sharing ideas and thoughts concerning the industry and products. At Osborne, we are excited to hear the opinions of others on the latest industry trends, what products are of interest, and ways in which we can make our customers’ design concepts a reality. We are always open to new product ideas, ways to improve current products, and opinions on what works and what does not. We hope our guests come prepared to share and engage with others who love the industry and would like to continually improve on the quality products offered.”

    The event features a pleasant, casual atmosphere. Here individuals from various companies and individuals across the US and Canada come together to share their thoughts and ideas about the industry, storage solutions, and custom woodworking. The event is open to all visitors and exhibitors at the Cabinets and Closet Expo.

    Reservation can be placed for the event by emailing marketing@osbornewood.com with the name and number attending. The event will be held at the Garden State Convention Center on Thursday, April 10th at 9:00am.

    Osborne Wood Products is a manufacturer and supplier of high quality furniture components located in Northeast Georgia, serving customers throughout the United States, Canada, and internationally.

     

     

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