April 2, 2009

JLC LIVE New England '09

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This was the first year in quite a while that we didn't head down to the JLC Rhode Island Trade Show. We're not sure if we just got used to it over the years, but thinking back, the past few times just weren't all that exciting. While there is usually at least one or two interesting new tools, taking the day off from work and trekking all the way there just didn't seem worth it this year. A pal of ours went and he confirmed our thoughts with, "yeah, it was alright. Same as last year."

But, if you're curious about the show, AceToolOnline has a few photos that give a gist of what it's like (essentially, a ton of dudes milling around like 300 goldfish in a one gallon tank).

Check out the photos here.

There are also going to be shows in Southern California and the Pacific Northwest. For info on these shows, visit JLC Live.

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at April 2, 2009 1:32 PM
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