Russell Rewis: This is a sad story if you really look into it. This was I.P.W., International Parts Warehouse, at one point and also had various other owners. This is where parts stores ordered there inventory from or specialty parts not stocked for customers in stores.
This warehouse delivered many jobs for many people in a small town that needed it. Unfortunately a common mistake this day and age occurred when it was moved to a bigger city forcing the employees to either move or lose their jobs. Proud people now having to file unemployment or too proud and barely surviving through jobs that should only be used as a side income or an enjoyable hobby such as quilting or other invaluable talents.
This mistake is being seen more and more across this nation, forgetting about the small town and the working man and woman! SICK! People wearing coats and ties scratch each others’ backs not caring about the people who built this country on their backs. Big cities pour money into big cities forcing small towns/cities to adapt or die and become trash, because people in suits think we should leave our traditions, an old way of life behind. It’s a vicious cycle that only continues.