Door Entry Prize
At each host’s venue, a door prize of Veritas products valued at $200 will be awarded at the event.
To enter, simply RSVP, come along to the event, fill out an entry form and place in the box provided.
The entry form is on the back of the DL sized Veritas Tour Flyer located in this media pack. The Door
Entry Prize will be drawn at the conclusion of each demonstration. To win the door prize, the entrant
must be present at the time of the draw.
Major Prize Draw
At the conclusion of the tour, all of the event entry forms will be collated and a major prize pack of
Veritas products valued at $750 will be drawn. Entry to the Major Prize Draw is by attendance at one
of the Veritas Tour events and the submission of a competition entry form in the box provided. The
major prize winner will be drawn on Friday the 24th of June. The winner will be notified by email.
Terms and Conditions
Wally Wilson has been with Lee Valley & Veritas for 25 years. With a background in business
and economics, Wally manages the International Business Development side of Veritas that
takes him to exhibitions and retailers abroad, providing the opportunity to speak with
woodworkers from all over the world.
Wally is also a keen woodworker and builder. His projects range from the family home he
and his wife built 24 years ago to sea kayaks, Windsor chairs and most recently, a full-size
shop. Wally is fortunate to be able to blur the line between work and play, all the while
sharing his enthusiasm and passion for building and tools with whoever he meets along the
One could say working with a world leader in tool design and development at Veritas, Wally
has found his “dream job”.
Vic Tesolin is a veteran of the Canadian Army where he served for 14 years in the Royal
Canadian Horse Artillery. After his honourable discharge he completed the Nine Month
Craftsman program at Rosewood, then went on to serve as Resident Craftsman at the
school creating fine furniture to commission and working part-time as an instructor. From
there he took the helm at Canadian Woodworking magazine as editor.
Currently Vic is the Woodworking Technical Advisor at Veritas/Lee Valley Tools. He still
designs and builds furniture in a modest shop in his home in Carleton Place, Ontario. Vic
Tesolin is the author of ‘The Minimalist Woodworker’ published by Spring House Press. The
book deals specifically with the needs of woodworkers that only have a small space at their
Vic truly enjoys sharing his woodworking knowledge and has an infectious love for hand
tools and their use. A prolific writer with many published woodworking articles, you can
follow him on his blog at www.minimalistwoodworker.com