Allen Kramer started the business in 1960 and provided local farmers with an array of products including canvas dams, hay aprons, and truck tarps. He obtained the original tipi pattern through the Sho-Ban Tribe and started providing two versions to customers in the area and surrounding states.
Karen Huffaker, Allen's daughter, took over as manufacturer of her father's product line in 1980 while transitioning into industrial products such as load out socks, bin covers, AC covers, and chaps. Under her ownership, the business grew into a reputable source for standard and custom items.
Kimberley Huffaker, Karen's daughter, took ownership in 2000 and expanded the company product line to include sport items such as boat covers, side-by-side covers, and RV skirts. And continues the family legacy of providing quality products to her customers.
While traveling the Western States, if you stop at any historical trail museum (Oregon Trail, Lewis & Clark Trail, or Mormon Trail) you may see one of our Indian Tipis, Wall Tents, Hand Cart Covers, or Wagon Covers.