Archives July 2022

20: Joshua Peters of Open Grain Woodwork

Built In the Bluegrass Podcast
Built In the Bluegrass Podcast
20: Joshua Peters of Open Grain Woodwork
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Please join us as we interview Joshua Peters, Creative Director, of Open Grain Woodwork. Established in 2007, Open Grain Woodwork is a creative studio locally owned and operated in Louisville, KY. Their team is comprised of expert craftsmen with decades of experience to bring your vision to life. Everything from coasters and cabinetry to CNC machining and prototyping, Open Grain Woodwork strives to provide the best custom creations for your project. You can find Open Grain Woodwork at https://opengrainwoodwork.com or email them directly about your vision at makeit@opengrain.com. Don’t forget to check out their Brag Book for great examples of their work and some inspiration for your creation! https://opengrainwoodwork.com/brag-book/

We want to take a moment to thank our partner – the Kentucky Association of Manufacturers. For over 100 years, KAM has served our state’s manufacturing industry through advocacy, workforce development, education, and training, as well as cost-saving benefits for members. Fighting for manufacturers is what KAM does best, representing the industry in both Frankfort and Washington, D.C. Whether it’s advocacy, offering shipping discounts, or group health insurance, KAM has its members covered. Learn more and become a member by visiting www.kam.us.com

19: Corey Roppel of Roppel Industries

Built In the Bluegrass Podcast
Built In the Bluegrass Podcast
19: Corey Roppel of Roppel Industries
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Please join us as we interview Corey Roppel, Third Generation and Executive of Roppel Industries, headquartered in Louisville, KY. Celebrating its 75th year, Roppel Industries has been Making America Run since 1947. From custom fabrication to heat exchange service, repair, and rebuilding. Check out Roppel Industries at https://www.roppelind.com/ for all your heat exchange needs.

We want to take a moment to thank our partner – the Kentucky Association of Manufacturers. For over 100 years, KAM has served our state’s manufacturing industry through advocacy, workforce development, education, and training, as well as cost-saving benefits for members. Fighting for manufacturers is what KAM does best, representing the industry in both Frankfort and Washington, D.C. Whether it’s advocacy, offering shipping discounts, or group health insurance, KAM has its members covered. Learn more and become a member by visiting www.kam.us.com