The business started building furniture and caskets, will turn 130 next year, and is getting a special award soon.
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It was somewhere in Vietnam – likely while driving a U.S. Army truck or on guard duty – that Dick Muth made a life-changing decision.
Dillon Moffatt wasn’t thinking about founding a company back in 1954. The self-taught auto mechanic from Minnesota was just trying to see better under the hood of a car. But his business, Moffatt Products, grew into something much bigger.
To help meet the demand of pampering pet owners who are spending more money than ever on their dogs, two kennels in the Sioux Falls area are expanding and a third is opening.
Gage Brothers Concrete Products is starting work on a massive new facility that will increase its size by 50 percent, add technology and improve the work experience for its 265 employees.
Kevin Tupy grew from the owner of one store to become the largest Verizon authorized retailer in the country. But he might just be getting started.