WoodworkingWeb Magazine Giveaway #1: Announcement

Do you have your favorite Woodworking Magazine? Haven’t you had time to subscribe it yet? Actually, you don’t have to, because now you can win One year subscription of your favorite Woodworking Magazine.

How to enter?
Join our website(which is free of course) and post at least one of your woodworking creation.

When is the Deadline
All members who join our site and post at least one creation before June 23, 11:59Am EST take part in the giveaway.

What you can win?
Every week we will do a random drawing (6/2, 6/9, 6/16, 6/23) from all members and the winner wins One Year Subscription of Woodworking Magazine of his/her choice. The max. price of the subscription has to be $50.

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-- Michal, http://WoodworkingWeb.com

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HorizontalMike ...

Wow, thanks Michal. Very nice and spot on appropriate! Cool!

kaybee ...

Nice! And you get to choose too so if you have one, yu can get another. Thanks.

Celticscroller ...

A great prize idea! Thanks! A great incentive to get more members.

Martin Sojka ...

Which one would you choose guys?

lightweightladylefty ...

This sounds like a good idea. It should be a good incentive to post a project.


lanwater ...

Good woodworking would be my choice since I never heard of it.
For the rest of them I let my subscriptions expire since they are all re-hashing tips, article and projects.

Shopnotes and woodsmith are my favorite. FWW is turning useless.

HorizontalMike ...

“…Which one would you choose guys?…”

Since I already have ~25yr of WOOD Magazine, I would have to choose WOOD Magazine once again.

Martin Sojka ...

I’d stick to WOOD Magazine then, Mike.

Celticscroller .. “A great incentive to get more members.” – agreed.

woodworker13403 ...

This sounds like a good idea. I don’t always think to post my work.

MNgary ...

Unfortunately, I’m still looking for a favorite. Years back Fine Woodworking was the one for me. But as time progressed and the magazine moved from Fine Woodworking to “Kinda Fine Woodworking” on lower cost paper . . .