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    How big is the crowd at the show?

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    Oh how I wish I had been there, thanks for sharing!
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    Senior Member Lucretia's Avatar
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    Kudos to Daniel, Drew, and everyone from EE for putting together such a great show!
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    Daniel, thanks so much for an awesome show, can't wait for the next one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noodle Soup View Post
    How big is the crowd at the show?
    There were fifty odd table holders and we had some where around five hundred attendees.

    Lucretia, it was a pleasure to meet you.

    Thanks to everyone who came to this show and helped to make it a success.

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    Thanks Bill, 500 doesn't sound too bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xdrewsiferx View Post
    Updated maker list:

    Alpha Knife Supply
    David Anders
    Don Carlos Andrade
    Robert Ball
    Todd Begg
    James Behring
    Bruce Bingenheimer
    Stuart Branson
    Emil Bucharsky
    Bruce Bump
    Bill Burke
    Murray Carter
    Saign Charlestein
    Wade Colter
    Vojko Csaba (Hungary)
    Kelly Cupples (steel and quenching supplies)
    John Davis,
    Adam DesRosiers
    Haley DesRosiers
    Matt Diskin
    John Doyle
    Jeffrey Driscoll
    Rick Dunkerly
    Erik Fritz
    Grant & Gavin Hawk
    Gary House
    Tony Hughes
    Geoff Keyes
    Hank Knickmeyer
    Captain Bunshichi Koyama (Japan)
    Bob Kramer
    Randy Lee
    David Lisch
    Kikuo Matsuda (Kiku Knives)
    Mareko Maumasi
    Andrew Meers
    Mardi Meshejian
    David Mirabile
    Cliff Parker
    Ole Petersen
    Michael Quesenberry
    Michael Rader
    Chuck Richards
    JD Smith
    Tom Sterling
    Joseph Szilaski
    Shane Taylor
    Devin Thomas
    Henry Torres
    Marko Tsourkan
    Alan Warren
    Aaron Wilburn
    Francesca Wilburn
    Quote Originally Posted by Salty dog View Post
    I've bought from six makers on the list.

    As far as I'm concerned the most comprehensive list of makers that I'd be interested in. And I have to meet Bob.
    Just missing one of my person favorites on this list, a certain Mr Delbert Ealy. But talk about a role call of greats in the industry!

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    Did anyone get a chance to look at the kitchen knives from Erik Fritz J.S.? Just curious as to what thoughts those of you who saw them in person had.
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    I spent a bit of time looking at his knives and was impressed with his building ability. He and I chatted that his knives felt a bit "right handed" because he is a right handed user himself and the final feel was from a right handed person. If you were to be a lefty you might have issue or ask him to massage the handle a bit. As for specifics in the blade geometry I really don't have much memory after seeing so many other amazing knives at the show. Erik was great to chat with and was grateful for our conversation.
    Just because they make it in your size doesn't mean you should wear it...

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