Felling Trailers Celebrates 40 Years With Weekend of Events
To celebrate its 40th anniversary, a community open house with lunch was held on Oct. 24.
Tue November 18, 2014 - Northeast Edition Construction Equipment Guide
Felling Trailers’ founder Merle J. Felling built this trailer on the family farm when he was 10 years old. Team members refurbished it for the company’s 30th anniversary, 10 years ago.
Felling Trailers recently hosted two events at its Sauk Centre, Minn., location.
To celebrate its 40th anniversary, a community open house with lunch was held on Oct. 24. On Oct. 25, the Statewide Tour of Manufacturing and an employee/family open house were held.
“We were thrilled to have so many people come through our doors and observe what modern manufacturing looks like,” said Brenda M. Jennissen, Felling Trailers public relations and finance director. “Manufacturing jobs are in high demand and we were able to show attendees why. It was also really fun to see so many Felling Trailers team members bring and show their immediate and extended families their workplace.”
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