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Continued: Rockler Woodworking expands to handle renewed interest in DIY

  • Article by: JOHN EWOLDT , Star Tribune
  • Last update: September 23, 2013 - 9:19 PM

“We want to get people started with their hobbies early in life,” said Dugan, “whether they’re crafting a skateboard, duck caller or an end table, we want to get them now.”

 

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  • Customer Craig Thaemert of Hugo, left, and Rockler store manager Kim Rothlisberger watched a CNC cutting machine demonstration put on by employee Dave Wallace at the new Maplewood store last week. Rockler Woodworking and Hardware’s grand opening in Maplewood will be on Saturday.

  • Rockler Store Manager Kim Rothlisberger and customers, watched a CNC cutting machine demonstration put on by employee Dave Wallace at the new Maplewood store on 9/17/13. Rockler Woodworking and Hardware, based in MN since 1954 and now headquartered in Medina, MN, has opened a large flagship 11,000 square foot store in Maplewood which includes Rockler University for demonstrations. The 59 year old family company now has 29 stores across the country.] Bruce Bisping/Star Tribune bbisping@startribune.com Kim Rothlisberger, Craig Thaemert, Dave Wallace/roster.

  • Woodworkers hankering to create piles of sawdust with a new table saw will find lots of options at the Rockler Woodworking and Hardware store in Maplewood.BRUCE BISPING bbisping@startribune.com

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