Woodcraft Wins American Manufacturing Award at National Hardware Show

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During the National Hardware Show, Woodcraft won an award for excellence in packaging designed for Black Dog Salvage Furniture Paint.

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Graphic designer Tara Piggott (left) accepts the Best Packaging Award on behalf of Woodcraft from John Lederer as Marcie Gabor observes at the National Hardware Show.

Woodcraft is honored to receive the Best Packaging Award, a surprise that made exhibiting at this prestigious show even more rewarding.

Woodcraft received one of three American Manufacturing Awards – Best Packaging – at the 73rd National Hardware Show held May 8-10 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Made in USA Brand and GBQ Partners sponsored the awards, which reflect American manufacturing excellence in design, quality and innovation in three categories: best packaging, best on-site patriotic marketing, and best new product. John Lederer, National Hardware Show representative, and Marcie Gabor, president of Made in USA Brand, presented the awards on May 9.

Woodcraft was one of over 90 companies exhibiting in the Made in USA Product Display within the National Hardware Show. The national woodworking retailer earned the Best Packaging Award for Black Dog Salvage Furniture Paint packaging. The paint was on display at the Woodcraft booth.

Made in small batches in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the paint line was developed by Woodcraft and Black Dog Salvage, a Roanoke, Virginia-based architectural salvage company. The goal was to a create a furniture paint that performed better than other paints currently available, one that would be safe and easy to use when transforming reclaimed materials into custom furniture and accents in the Black Dog shop. The unique formulation will adhere to almost any surface with minimal preparation. Sixteen premixed colors include a true black and white to afford the ability to mix custom tints and shades.

“Woodcraft is honored to receive the Best Packaging Award, a surprise that made exhibiting at this prestigious show even more rewarding,” Jack Bigger, Woodcraft vice president of sales and marketing, said. “The award was a special treat, an American made work of art.”

Made in USA Brand and GBQ Partners commissioned glass artist Matt Paskiet, founder of Firenation Glass Studio and Gallery, to fabricate the 2018 National Hardware Show American Manufacturing Awards. Located in downtown Holland, Ohio, Firenation is a working glass studio divided into a hot shop where pieces are made and a cold shop where pieces are ground, buffed, and polished.

Other American Manufacturing Award winners are: Catahoula Manufacturing, Inc., of Jonesville, Louisiana, Best On-Site Patriotic Marketing Award for its Mason Line of twine, and Mag Instrument, Inc., of Ontario, California, Best New Product Award for its LED Rechargeable System.

According to the National Hardware Show website, the annual event brings together home improvement industry retailers, manufacturers, associations, key industry figures and others to preview products and share ideas that can revolutionize the industry. For more information, visit http://www.nationalhardwareshow.com/.

Made in the USA Brand, LLC, teamed with GBQ Partners LLC, an independent CPA firm, to administer the Made in USA Brand Certification Mark logo label verification program process. For more information, visit http://www.madeintheusabrand.com.

To learn more about Woodcraft, please contact the store nearest you, visit http://www.woodcraft.com or call (800) 535-4482. For more information about Woodcraft franchise opportunities, visit http://www.woodcraftfranchise.com or email woodcraftfranchise@woodcraft.com.

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