TGIF, Friends! What a nice (weather) week it has been up here in the Appalachians, with some surprisingly warm weather coming out at just the right time as we settle into our new space.
Early this week we were lucky to have Machine-Restoring LEGEND Chris Cash from Mount Phillips Metalworks in the house to help get the trove of heavy machines up, running, and in good shape to get back to the typical schedule of pounding out steel for our customers. And dammit, it was a good time to have him around as we struggled with NUMEROUS challenges regarding the outdated electrical systems in the new facility. But after several days, some hard work, and a billion new fuses to bring our system up-to-date, things are running smoothly and we are back on schedule. If you want to learn more about Chris and Mount Phillips, check out his social media here.
With machines tested, running, and ready to roll, we are turning our attention to getting Waylon the media guy and the office/shipping center moved over to the new facility. This will be a huge improvement for the flow of things around our business and eliminates the need to drive across town daily. The hope is to have the entire production in the new space by the end of next week, and so far we look to be “on track”.
As if he didn’t have enough going on, Baker-Boss Coy lost the alternator in his truck during Chris’s visit, further proof we all face the same bull-crap challenges.
20% off all steel
In spite of all the craziness of the week, we are THRILLED about this weekend’s product offering- the 20% off Moving Sale on our site beginning at 8am EST on Saturday and lasting through the weekend! This sale is an opportunity for us to offload a bit of stock ahead of the shipping center move, but also provides a chance for y'all to grab a couple pieces of steel at a heavy discount.
Many of your favorites will be available like the Volcanic River, AuroraMai, Mammoth Twist Damascus, CopperMai Nickel Shim, IceStorm, and many more, all 20% off!
Be sure to check in Saturday and get your order in while supplies last!
"It is foolish and wrong to mourn the men who died. Rather we should thank God such men lived."
– George S. Patton