The Willkommen Committee visits GSM’s new building

John Gag, GSMl; Trisha Hohman, Ivy House; Kim Hanson, New Ulm Real Estate; Emily Gleisner, Schell’s Brewery; Maddie Pearson, New Ulm Country Club, Jordyn Keranen, Martin Luther College, Early Childhood Learning Center; Nathan Hamilton, ILPEA; Jan DeLeo, Sid Signs on Broadway; Karrisa Schlottman, Kristine Rueckert-Farmers Inc.; Sheri Davis, Citizens Bank MN; Jess Gieseke, Fuel Graphics; Michelle Markgraf, Markgraf Consulting, LLC; Annette Olson, Weelborg Chevrolet; Randy Schroeder, Frandsen Bank & Trust; Morgan Harpenau, New Ulm Dental; Nancy Arndt, Christensen Farms, Amy Midtbruget, Olson Autos.

The Willkommen Committee of the New Ulm Area Chamber of Commerce recently stopped by Gag Sheet Metal (GSM) for a first hand look at its new vehicle and storage building.  Located at 1500 N Front Street, GSM recently built a 10,000 foot building, next to its main showroom and warehouse, to house its ever-growing vehicle fleet and provide the necessary space for added inventory.  Gag Sheet Metal was established in 1904 as a bike repair shop and roofing company and now provides commercial and residential service for plumbing, heating & cooling, roofing, and sheet metal services and more.  GSM also sells a full line of appliances from Frigidaire, including refrigerators, freezers, ovens, microwaves, dishwashers, and washers and dryers, plus kitchen & bathroom fixtures, all at their newly expanded showroom.  GSM serves the New Ulm, Hutchinson, Gibbon & Mankato areas, and currently has around 75 employees.  Stop by and check out their showroom or visit them on the web at gsm1904.com.  For 24/7 emergency services, please call (888) 923-7663.


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