National Hardware Show rolls on in Vegas


Focused on products, networking and education, the 67th National Hardware Show entered day two on Wednesday at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The show runs through May 3.


General Tools & Instruments chairman Gerald Weinstein helped celebrate the New York City-based company's 90th birthday on the show floor in Las Vegas. Weinstein is grandson of founders Abe and Lillian Rosenberg.


At the Olympia booth, Artem Kalajyan showed off a fully functioning utility knife. The one-of-a-kind knife was officially sanction by the Guinness Book of World Records as the world's largest utility knife in existence.


A tradition like no other: The Frost King mascot makes another in a long line of appearances at the Thermwell booth.


The show's new "Innovation Station" area is designed to help make new products easier to find.