KNAACK and WEATHER GUARD to exhibit at STAFDA 2012

Crystal Lake, Ill.—KNAACK professional-grade jobsite storage boxes and WEATHER GUARD Truck and Van Storage will exhibit and participate in the Specialty Tools and Fasteners Distributors Association (STAFDA) 2012 Annual Convention and Trade Show, November 4-6, 2012 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.

As a long time active member of STAFDA, Knaack LLC will demonstrate all the latest jobsite, truck and van storage solutions at exhibits #1140-1143. Features include the versatile 119-01 Field Station, a redesigned PROTECT-A-RAIL Cab Protector, and a showcase of the new WEATHER GUARD Van Storage Solutions. A trivia contest will also be held at the booths with a chance to win an iPad.

“The annual STAFDA convention is an important event for Knaack and Weather Guard, with great participation from our channel partners,” explains Bill Zbylut, VP of Marketing for Knaack.

In September of this year, Knaack LLC was acquired by Werner Co., the world leader in the manufacturing and distribution of ladders, climbing equipment, ladder accessories, and fall protection products.

For more information about KNAACK or WEATHER GUARD, or other storage products, click here to go to Utility Products' Buyers Guide.



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