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Discussion: Miken leaves Minnesota

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Sept. 19, 2021
549 posts
Miken leaves Minnesota
CALEDONIA, Minn. Employees of Miken Sports, maker of the baseball helmets used by Major League Baseball players, have been notified that the manufacturing plant will close in the next 18 to 24 months, delivering an economic blow to this small rural community. Some of the jobs will stay stateside and other jobs will head to China.

In addition to baseball helmets, the Caledonia plant makes composite bats used by youth baseball, girls softball and adult slow pitch players. The operations and jobs employed in the making of the bats will be moved to a facility in China, and the helmet operation will be shifted to a facility in Washington, Mo.
Sept. 19, 2021
56 posts
Sad to see this. Thanks Biden
Sept. 19, 2021
Men's 50
180 posts
Don't buy Miken, Worth or Easton! Good luck not buying anything that's not made in China! Don't blame Biden blame the people that voted for it! Everyone knew who he was years ago! The worst is yet to come!
Sept. 20, 2021
76 posts
Are you saying this isn't building back better?
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