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We are hosting a FESTOOL Demo Day on Wednesday June 24  

06/12/2009

On Wednesday June 24th our Festool rep will be here in our Brooklyn showroom to give a continuous series of demonstrations, we hope to have some new stuff to show you, and of course there will be some free-bee giveaways.

We always are happy to demo the tools, and we have a fair number set up and ready to go at any time, but having our Festool guy here will give you a chance to ask questions of someone who really is an expert, not just about the features of the tools, but also expert at the methods of application and work that he has seen at loads of workshops all over the New York area.

Our hours are 10-5, we are on the 5th floor. either walk up for take the freight elevator. (elevator closed 12-1). Click here for directions.

As everyone knows and is so quick to remind me Festool power tools cost a lot. But as customers who come back again and again tell me, it's just the initial outlay that hurts. Festool power tools are popular amongst professionals because they save oodles of time. More portable, faster setup, more accurate performance that doesn't need tweaking, and faster cleanup. It all adds up to Festool power tools being the least expensive overall.

For amateurs having tools that work without fuss means you can get your work done without having to spend valuable free time fussing with adjustments, or cleaning up for hours after a few minutes sawing or sanding.

If you are a Festool customer come on by so we can show you what's new and how you can work even faster, even easier, and smarter. Also we would love just to say hello.

If you aren't a Festool customer come on by and let us show you why Festool's message is "Faster, Easier, Smarter".

See you there!!!
Beverages will be provided.
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06/27/2009John Snyder 
I just learned of your website and see that I missed a Festool demo day. If you could notify me of any future events I would be very appreciative.
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