A Quick Note from Our President


Labor Day is Monday September 1st, and as a small business owner, I would like to thank all of our terrific employees here at Sharn Enterprises.  Labor Day began in 1882 with the idea to recognize hard working Americans and create a holiday specifically for them.

As I think about this day, I am reminded that Sharn Enterprises is a “microcosm” of the American workforce.  Currently we have about 25 employees from all different types of backgrounds.  Some of them have grown up in the “trades” or attended a trade school, and they excel at their particular job (see employee spotlight).  On the other hand, others pursued a different type of education at one of the local colleges.  They use that education to design & sell our products.  Each of these experiences are absolutely essential, and American manufacturers like Sharn really need both.

Maintaining a strong independent manufacturing base in America is still as important now as it was many years ago.   Good, old “American quality” still is the benchmark that all of our foreign competition seeks to achieve.  If we want to maintain a strong middle class society for our children and our grandchildren we need to continue to develop, educate, and support our American workers.  Keep that in mind as you enjoy your day off — A day to honor the American worker!

-Roger Wandersee, President 0f Sharn Enterprises, Inc

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