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Our First Guest Blogger – Tom Iovino

January 14, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

Everyone at Eagle America takes our blog “The Cutting Edge” very seriously.  It is our opportunity to speak directly to woodworkers like you…freestyle.  A catalog and many email broadcasts are very focused on highlighting specific products and their features, advantages and benefits.  We simply have a limited amount of space to get all of that info across, which means we have little to no room to add a personal touch or narrative.  We like the fact that on this blog we can actually DISCUSS what projects we are working on, what tools we are using and why, or what YOU, our dedicated customer and reader base, are up to in the shop.

As you know we love talking about the woodworking tools we sell and how we use them.  Be it router bits, router accessories, saw blades of all shapes and sizes, Kreg pocket hole jigs, Festool power tools or more from our list of over 6,000 total woodworking items offered…we just love using them and sharing our experiences.  That being said, we know that you crave the thoughts and opinions of other real world woodworkers, just like you.  That leads us to this guy…

 

Tom Iovino (head in clamp!) - Guest Blogger to the Stars

Tom Iovino has been providing a humorous, yet educational look at woodworking for some time on his Tom’s Workbench blog.  You might also recognize his name from his recent articles in Wood Magazine.  Long story short, we get a kick out of Tom and think you will too.  That is why he is our first regular guest blogger!  He will be writing a monthly blog post for us on a topic of his choosing.  If there is something in particular that you want Tom to write about, please let us know by adding your comments to this blog post.

Welcome aboard Tom!

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  1. January 14, 2011 at 8:56 am

    Hey, Guys, it’s great to be part of the team! Thanks for the opportunity…

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