Tuff Shed, Inc., America’s leading supplier of storage buildings and garages will be hosting a Grand Opening celebration Friday, July 14, 2017 to celebrate their new Wichita, Kan. location.
The sales and design center in Wichita is located at 1665 S West Street, south of Kellog and across from Walt Burger. The location can be reached by phone at 316-944-7637. This Tuff Shed location will serve the greater Wichita metro area. The new sales center is the second Tuff Shed location in Kansas.
The Grand Opening event will feature free food for attendees and a door prize raffle. Tuff Shed will also offer event exclusive savings of up to $500 on Premier and Pro Sheds and $2,000 on garages.
Buildings sold out of this location will be fabricated at Tuff Shed’s manufacturing facility in Overland Park, Kan. Factory General Manager Rick Gaskill looks forward to serving the area. “We’re excited have a bigger presence here and better serve the great folks in Wichita,” says Gaskill. “We’re offering a high quality product that the community has a real need for and we’re ready to deliver.”
Privately-held, Denver-based Tuff Shed is on a five year roll of year over year sales growth of at least 15%. Currently the company is projecting more than $250 Million in 2017 sales, an all-time high for Tuff Shed.
A network of 48 Tuff Shed manufacturing facilities allow the company to service customers across 36 states. Assortments of Tuff Shed storage buildings, garages and recreational buildings are on display across the country in 124 Tuff Shed factory-direct locations (including the factory locations) as well as in nearly 1,371 Home Depot stores.
TUFF SHED products include wooden backyard storage sheds, larger commercial storage buildings, garages and cabin shells. The company works with its customers to design and accessorize buildings, then pre-fabricates key building components at its manufacturing facilities so it can deliver and install buildings on the customer site. Over its 36 years Tuff Shed has designed, fabricated and installed more than 900,000 buildings, and will surpass its one millionth building in 2017.