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Maple Landmark to give free tours Oct. 4

MIDDLEBURY — Maple Landmark will be opening its doors for free tours on Friday, Oct. 4, from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Manufacturing Day. Since 2012, Manufacturing Day has been an opportunity for the public to learn about business and manufacturing here in the United States. In that spirit, Maple Landmark will hold tours of its 28,000-square-foot factory-store every hour, on the hour.
The 45-minute tour goes through where they cut, sand, finish, detail, assemble, and package their wooden products. Tour leaders will discuss their business practices and processes, how their production is so much more than an assembly line and how they innovate to keep ahead in the marketplace.
Anyone interested can stop in the Maple Landmark showroom on Oct. 4 and say they’d like a tour. If it is a large group, call ahead to 802-388-0627 to let them know.
 

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