Coyote Celebrates Manufacturing Day on the First Friday in October


Coyote is excited to celebrate Manufacturing Day this Friday, October 4!

The annual celebration takes place on the first Friday in October and is meant to help manufacturers advance the public image of manufacturing. Created in 2012, MFG DAY brings manufacturers together to address challenges facing the industry and highlight the many positive aspects of working in manufacturing. From marketing to engineering, to product picking, the manufacturing industry is multi-faceted and alluring to future workforce generations.

Coyote Landscape Products is a division of Acme Manufacturing, a leading metal materials manufacturer based out of Denver, Colorado. Coyote manufactures lawn edging materials for the landscape architecture and DIY homeowner industries. Our edging is made from recyclable steel and is distributed as plain steel, hot-dip galvanized, or powder coated.

We understand the importance the manufacturing industry has in the US and are appreciative of the awareness created through MFG DAY. Sustainability in manufacturing is essential to us at Coyote, so our manufacturing process has been refined to reduce byproduct, cut hazardous emissions, and reduce our carbon footprint. Our in-house manufacturing capabilities support domestic infrastructure and jobs.

We join the manufacturing industry to celebrate the trade and create awareness surrounding job availability while connecting with future generations who are interested in working in manufacturing.

Check out the MFG DAY blog to read more stories about manufacturing!

About Coyote Landscape Products

As a leading supplier to the professional landscaping community, we are known for our complete line of steel edging products that are easy to install and easy to maintain. With flexible steel pieces that can be bent and shaped to fit a wide variety of projects, Coyote Landscape Products are the smart choice for busy professional landscapers.

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