Win.door 2014 exhibit hall sells out


Annual fenestration industry show opens Nov. 18 in Toronto

Ontario Construction Report staff writer

The Win-door 2014 exhibit hall has officially sold out, more than a month ahead of the show opening on Wednesday Nov. 18. The industry continues to demonstrate solid support for Win-door and special celebrations are planned to mark the show’s 20th anniversary.

Displays in the Metro Toronto Convention Centre south building will be arranged around a meeting centre, where presentations, food and beverage services and special events will be co-ordinated.

The show will feature a special opening night party on the show floor featuring a performance by the “Blus Bros” tribute band who show organizers say are sure to add energy and excitement to kick off this anniversary show.

Six businesses have participated in the show every year since it opened. “Do you know who they are?” asked a show spokesperson. “Everyone will find out for sure at the special opening night party, where these Win-door supporters and a host of prominent individuals will be recognized. It will be a ‘who’s who’ of the fenestration industry that you will not want to miss.”

Win-door 2014 will continue all the great and beneficial features that have made this show such an enduring success for the fenestration industry, he said.

The education pavilion will deliver important education and information on the latest code changes and regulations, energy programs and more. The education pavilion agenda is online now at “The window and balcony safety display continues the good work and positive public relations program that developed through Win-door many years ago.”

You can also register at the site, which includes information about special show hotel rates, which are guaranteed only until Oct. 15.

The show continues for three days through Thursday Nov. 20.


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