"All the forces that are turning our once strong manufacturing economy into a service economy are also making it hard to successfully build frames here. Americans seemed more concerned with making money than with making good products. Corporate buy-outs, insider trading, excessive litigation and out-of-control insurance industry fill the pockets of a few but produce nothing of value for the country in general. Customers use buzz words instead of common sense when selecting a product. There is a misconception that anything new is high tech and therefore good. But is it? Pride in our work causes us to strive for a better product against the odds of an out-of-sync economy and misinformed buying public." -Eisentraut 1987

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