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Eyes on diy start their blogs

Published: 11 January 2008
DIY Week's three bloggers - Andrew Weiss, James Murray, and Peter Wilson - give their views on the run-up to the DIY & Garden Show.
Andrew Weiss, James Murray, and Peter Wilson start their daily blog for diyweek.net today.

Mr Weiss, md of tool retailer Isaac Lord will blog as a buyer, and as an exhibitor, using his experience of visiting the show from its infancy.

Mr Murray, exhibition director of Brintex, the organisers of the DIY & Garden Show/Totally Tools, will give a unique insight into an organiser's life in the run-up to, and during, one of the diy industry's major, and well-respected shows.

While Mr Wilson, sales director of Kinzo Tools, is offering a blog from an exhibitor's side of the fence.

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