Bluff offices and plants remain open and operational at this time and we will continue to make every effort to serve the needs of our customers.
No, not the plant. Plus, what we did move, we only moved a few hundred yards.Â For years our growth has caused us to be innovative with our office space.Â Many of you who have visited us can testify to that fact.Â We ran out of solutions.Â It became apparent afterÂ hiring Steve our new photographer … Continue reading Bluff Manufacturing Relocates
Our sister company is turning 60 years old. Well, Happy Birthday to you. A new company in 1947 Magline started its life roughly a two years after Victory in Europe, a year and a half after Victory in Japan and about 15 months after Yogi Berra joined the New York Yankees. He was Navy and … Continue reading Happy Birthday to Magline
One of the nice things about blogs is that you are allowed to get off topic occasionally. This is one of those times. A year ago, more or less, we at Bluff Manufacturing lost a friend and colleague to Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. A hateful and horrible disease. Hobert Martin was from Huntsville, AL and his body … Continue reading Life Goes On
SaturdayÂ (the 24th) the winds in Dallas – Fort Worth were over 40 MPH with gusts over 50 MPH from the west.Â My wife and I wereÂ at a home improvement show in the Arlington Convention Center.Â When we left around 3:30 we snapped this photo of the tower and roller coaster at Six Flags over Texas. … Continue reading West Texas blows into DFW
Just a fun post.Â During lunch today I was following some “rabbit trails” and came accross Answers to 42 of Lifes Largest Questions. http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/15.02/bigquestions.html?pg=1&topic=bigquestions&topic_set= The above link is to Wired Magazine which I sometimes read in print form.Â It poses several of lifes great mysteries.Â You will be hard pressed to find any answers.Â We … Continue reading Big Questions – No Answers
It’s sunday night and most of us have been in our family mode for the last four days.Â Â Thursday was Thanksgiving and in Texas this year it was 75 degrees and bright sunshine.Â My brother-in-law David fried a turkey right before my eyes.Â I let that be my job this year while everyone else was … Continue reading It's Sunday night….
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