On August 8th of this year, Congressman Steve Womack took a tour of Clinger Holsters’ manufacturing facility located in Van Buren, Arkansas.
While CEO, Chris Tedder, showed him the newly designed manufacturing gun holster lines, Steve Womack was pleased. Specifically, Congressman Womack praised Clingers Holsters’ growth, expansion, and ingenuity of small businesses in his home state of Arkansas.
“I’m glad you guys are here. Entrepreneurs are the people who drive this economy. What’s next? It’s this kind of business,” says Congressman Womack.
Clinger Holsters has recently added new assembly lines. These new lines will accommodate new and innovative manufacturing techniques. Over the next few years, Clinger will produce more reliable, durable, and long-lasting gun holsters for its customers. Furthermore, the new manufacturing processes increase both quality and efficiency to produce strong gun holsters for its dedicated customers.
The new assembly lines will allow Clinger Holsters to add several new employees as needed to produce their increasingly popular line of concealed carry holsters for an industry that keeps growing.
“It’s a basic formula: lower taxes and less regulation will allow businesses to focus on adding revenue and jobs.”
While on-site, Congressman Womack shared his vision of how government and small business such as Clinger Holsters should cooperate to increase growth in the economy. It’s a basic formula: lower taxes and less regulation will allow businesses to focus on adding revenue and jobs.
With this new motivation, Clinger Holsters expects to add more assembly lines in the near future. This will accommodate the unprecedented growth they’ve experienced over the last two years and expect to have over the next decade.
We thank Steve Womack for his inspiring visit and hope to continue our dedication. We are proud to be a small business and hope that others around us continue to thrive and succeed.
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