Frame Building Expo Sells Out, Largest Since 2006

For the second year in a row, the National Frame Building Association’s Frame Building Expo has sold out of exhibitor space for the trade show.

_NFBA_NFBA-50th-LOGO-200According to Gary Reichert, Sales Executive for F+W Media Inc. – the company managing booth sales for the show – the 2017 event is poised to showcase more exhibitors and square feet of exhibit space than any year since 2006.

“Everything points toward the 2017 Frame Building Expo being a great show,” Reichert said. “We have 140 exhibitors offering products and services specific to the post-frame industry. With this year’s show located in the industry’s favorite location – Nashville – and the expo itself marking its 50 year anniversary, the excitement is growing.”

The 50th Frame Building Expo will be held March 8-10 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center in Nashville. In addition to the trade show, there will be educational workshops, show floor education, special events and networking opportunities. It is the only national show dedicated to post-frame construction. To register as an attendee, go to nfba.org.

The Frame Building Expo was started in 1967 by Roy Reiman, now owner of Reiman Publications, and continued in private ownership under various names until an exchange between the previous owner, Krause Publications/F+W Media Inc., and the National Frame Building Association in 1993.

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