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Lodge Mfg Tour information and outlet store location:

Postby sdtripper2 » Thu Aug 02, 2007 1:23 pm

Information for Lodge Cast Iron Enthusiasts:
Tour information and outlet store location:

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Some have mentioned that they would like to tour the Lodge Manufacturing
facility. So my thoughts ran to when could one go see their facility? Knowing
that some of us might enjoy going to see them.

I wrote:
I am wondering if your company gives any tours of your manufacturing facilities?

Reply:
Steve,

Tours are only given one time a year. It is during our National
Cornbread Festival which is held the last weekend in April. We have a
factory outlet store you can visit, open 7 days a week.


Reba Wooden
Lodge Mfg
Customer Service


Lodge Mfg tour location:
Lodge Manufacturing Company
204 East Fifth Street
South Pittsburg, TN 37380.

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12th Annual
National Cornbread Festival
April 26 & 27, 2008

The National Cornbread Festival
is held each year and coincides
with the only time Lodge Manufacturing
gives tours of their facility
.

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Lodge Cast Iron Outlet Store
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Lodge Cast Iron Outlet Store (Open 7 days a week)
South Pittsburg, TN


Lodge, the oldest family owned manufacturer of cookware in the U.S.,
offers outstanding buys on its quality line of cast iron cookware.

Directions:
I-24 Exit 152 right to South Pittsburg,
5th & Cedar Ave. Appx. 2 1/2 miles
"A man who is good enough to shed his blood for his country
is good enough to be given a square deal afterwards." -------Theodore Roosevelt

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Postby mfkaplan » Thu Aug 02, 2007 3:58 pm

The visit to the outlet store is wonderful. They have one of everything at slightly discounted prices. The also have a room with seconds. that's where I got my 12 inch oven. It has a couple of very small bubble holes on the bottom that in no way affect use. It was a bit cheaper than the perfect ones. I also bought the table. About $50 cheaper than the catalog and no shipping. The thing weighs about 40 lbs. Also got lids for skillets. If you are near Chattanuga, TN and love cast iron this is a must visit.
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