About the Workshop

00-building The workshop was incorporated in 1974 and has been in the present facility since 2004.   S.E.E., Inc., has an average employment of 28 people with disabilities and 4 staff employees.

Employees working in the sheltered workshop program are taught vocational skills and learn how to progress toward their full potential.

These employees earn a paycheck and become tax-paying citizens of the community, bringing a sense of accomplishment and fulfillment to them that might not otherwise be available.

Our facility is approximately 15,000 square feet with a loading dock and warehouse to accomodate truck/trailer delivery and pick up.

We take great pride in the work we perform in areas such as packaging, assembly, sorting, sewing and labeling.  We also do silk screening.

We presently have single stitch sergers and double-needle sewing machines.   Our layout room has a 44-foot table with a CRA spreading machine capable of spreading 66" width material on 1 1/2" to 2" core rolls.

We manufacture a number of work aprons including those for nails, shop and the kitchen.   We also produce tote bags and dog leashes.

We sew and package absorbent packaging pads and a skirt with an elastic waist band.   We are equipped to do assembly and packaging work including the use of heat sealing.   Custom sewing for specialty items is also available.

Feel free to contact us and learn how we can be of assistance to you or your organization.   Call on our manager or staff and we will do everything possible to ensure quality products and/or services.   We think you will be pleasantly surprised at the quality of our workmanship.

Please watch our short slide show presenting our facilities, workers and products.   Included is a picture of our new tornado proof shelter for protecting our workers and staff.


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