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.