West Bend

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West Bend,

industrial city (1990 pop. 23,916), seat of Washington co., E Wis., on the Milwaukee River; inc. 1885, consolidated with Barton in 1961. Farm implements, dairy products, electronic components, and leather goods are made there.
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Established in 1911, West Bend Electrics has grown to be a large global supplier of small kitchen appliances and housewares products.
The underwriter received the completed questionnaire and scheduled West Bend coverage to become effective Sept.
Popcorn got huge play at the West Bend booth, with two new products.
According to Ray Lipman, chief executive of West Bend Savings Bank, and Jim Podewils, president of Greenfield-based Continental, current employees and officers of both institutions will remain with the new bank.
Despite these challenges, West Bend Aluminum became one of the few long-term survivors in the aluminum cookware industry and grew to be one of the largest such businesses in the country.
Carpenter also noted that West Bend is a more established brand name than Back to Basics.
in West Bend, WI is committed to going out of his way to provide excellent customer service in an industry where an insurance policy or a claim settlement is really nothing more than a promise.
The Goodwill store had no way to determine who the shirt's original owner had been, so they turned the money over to the West Bend Police Department.
We know consumers have a great appreciation for the West Bend heritage.
West Bend inverters are PLC-controlled and can be integrated into automated process lines.
A CPSC news release spoke in glowing terms that the West Bend fine was the third largest against an appliance manufacturer in CPSC history.
When consolidation at the new Northern Illinois facility is complete, all order and customer support functions will be coordinated by the home office in West Bend, Wis.

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