Fargo Holiday Showcase vendor list

Shop from nearly 150 Pride of Dakota members at the Fargo Holiday Showcase Nov. 21 – 23 at the Fargo Civic Auditorium. You’ll find unique products including gourmet food, wine, art, books, jewelry, clothing, furniture, accessories, pet items, sporting goods and more!

Shopping Hours: Friday 4 – 9 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., Sunday 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Vendor list:

  • A Touch of Honey
  • ABC Seamless
  • Adorables by Audrey Embroidery
  • Amberland Foods
  • American Honey Company
  • Apple A Day, Inc./Upcycled Mittens
  • Ashley Super Valu
  • Be.dangled
  • Bead Boutique & Metal Designs
  • Bear Creek Design and Felting
  • Berry Dakota
  • Berry Fine Candle & Craft Designs
  • Billie’s Soap & Spa Products
  • Bonnie’s Country Classics
  • Brenarskys
  • Bruce Crummy Photography
  • Buckles by Norm
  • Cedar Works
  • Chris Neys
  • Chucks Custom Rods
  • Copper Kettle Korn
  • Core Health Chiro
  • Country Candids
  • Country Gardens
  • Cowboy Rope Art
  • Crystal Rock Healing
  • Curt’s BBQ Sauce
  • Dakota Candles
  • Dakota Rustic Birdhouses
  • Dakota Sun Gardens Winery
  • Dakotah Rose Delights
  • Darin Henze Music
  • Dave Bruner Photography
  • Deb’s Corner Foods & Catering
  • DeMars Foods
  • Dot’s Pretzels
  • Dr. Mary’s Books
  • Eleanor Infeld
  • Eriksmoen Enterprises
  • fargostuff.com
  • Farmer Tillie’s Homemade Dog Treats
  • Freddy’s Lefse
  • Gadgets Galore
  • Givinity Press
  • Golden Valley Flax
  • Grandma’s Garden
  • Grandma’s NE-NE’s
  • Grape Vine Design
  • Handmade for You
  • Happy Dog Creations
  • Happy Magnets
  • Healing Arts Chiropractic
  • Heavenly Scents
  • Hedemarken Collectibles
  • Hello Lucy
  • Home Sweet Home
  • Honey Lovers
  • House of Mulciber
  • Inspired Designs
  • Janie’s
  • JDS Gems
  • JJ’s Photos
  • JMB Band
  • John’s Very Cool Glass Art
  • JP & Lee Foods
  • Js Custom Designs
  • Jumbo’s Sloppy Joe Sauce
  • KaleidoScarf & Pet Amenity
  • Karen’s Kuchens
  • Katherine’s Krafts
  • L & M Meats
  • LaShe Naturals
  • Legends of Africa
  • Leo’s Potato Dumplings
  • Lewis & Clark Fort Mandan Foundation
  • Lighthouse Soy Candles
  • Linda’s Bead Creations
  • Little Jack Baby Store
  • live out loud designs
  • Loving Pet Creations
  • Lush Lola’s
  • M & S Enterprises
  • Mable’s Taste of Home
  • Maple River Distillery
  • Maple River Winery
  • Mikey’s Country Candy
  • Miss P’s Boutique
  • Muvey’s Jewelry
  • MyPetDish
  • NDSU Libraries’ Germans from Russia Heritage Collection
  • North Dakota Mill
  • North Dakota Wooly Girls
  • Nowelle’s Kreations
  • O’Connor’s Mustards
  • Ole’ Products
  • Pastime Prints
  • Pat Gerlach
  • Paulette’s Lefse & Quilting
  • Perfectly Nuts
  • Petal People
  • Photography by Brenda
  • Plains Perspective
  • Prairie Art Creations
  • Prairie Coffee Roaster
  • Prairie Road Organic Seed
  • Prairiewood Winery
  • Purses by Diane
  • R & B Enterprises
  • R & L Light Creations
  • Red Silo Studio
  • Red’s Attic
  • Rendezvous Candy
  • Renewing the Heart
  • Rising Phoenix Jewelry
  • Rosie’s Redneck Glasses
  • Roxie’s Place Photography
  • Ruff House
  • S & J Creative Design
  • Scott Seiler Photography
  • Shannon Wirrenga’s Art Room
  • Simply Vintage by Erin Moxness
  • Smitten with Mittens
  • Sonja’s Old-Fashioned Delicacies
  • Spiral Light Candle Corp
  • Sue’s Originals & More
  • Sunbutter
  • Suzy Shuze n Starz
  • SWEN Products
  • The Barn Guy
  • The Honey B Soap Company
  • Thor’s Ethnic Foods
  • Thunderbird Ranch Gourmet Foods
  • T’s Tangles
  • Ulmer Stoneware
  • Uncle Larry’s Beef Shtix
  • Uncle Ray’s Fillet Buddy
  • Uncorked
  • Vintage Point
  • Vintner’s Winery
  • Vitality Emu Oil
  • Vivian’s Magnetic Bracelets
  • Whittier Decoys
  • WildMoon Salsa
  • Willow Creek Wood Shop
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Pride of Dakota Holiday Showcase Returns to Fargo

More than 150 booths filled with Pride of Dakota merchandise will take up all available space at the Fargo Civic Auditorium during Pride of Dakota Holiday Showcase, Friday through Sunday, Nov. 21-23.

“Holiday shoppers can choose from an outstanding selection of North Dakota-made foods and condiments, wearing apparel, jewelry, sporting goods, recordings, decorative and gift items,” said Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring.

Showcase hours are 4 p.m. to 9 p.m., Friday; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday. Admission is $2 per adult.

“Shoppers will get a free reusable bag with their paid admission,” Goehring said. “These bags can be used for other holiday shopping, trips to the grocery store and more.”

Shoppers who bring their own reusable bag get $1 off their admission.

Goehring said paid admission also includes a Pride of Dakota Passport.

“Take your Passport to each of the three rooms in the Civic Auditorium with vendor booths,” he said. “A volunteer in each room will stamp your passport which you can enter in a drawing for $250 in Pride of Dakota bucks. This prize money can be spent at the Showcase, online or directly through a Pride of Dakota member company.”

The drawing will be held at 1 p.m., Sunday. Participants need not be present to win.

Goehring said as a measure of appreciation for service men and women – all active and retired members of the armed forces and their families – save $1 on admission with military identification.
A Pride of Dakota Holiday Showcase is scheduled for Dec. 5-7, in the Bismarck Civic Center and Exhibition Hall, Bismarck.
Administered by the Marketing and Information Division of the North Dakota Department of Agriculture, the Pride of Dakota program provides member companies with cooperative marketing and promotional events, such as in-store demonstrations, Pride of Dakota Day and the Holiday Showcases and Harvest Showcases. The program also provides educational opportunities and representation at regional, national and international marketing expositions. More than 500 North Dakota companies are Pride of Dakota members.

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Holiday Showcase returns to State Fairgrounds

The State Fair Center will be filled with vendor booths and shoppers when the Pride of Dakota Holiday Showcase returns to Minot, Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 15-16.

“This is the time and place for your holiday shopping,” said Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring. “More than 110 booths will be filled with a tremendous variety of North Dakota-made foods and condiments, decorative and gift items, jewelry, sporting goods, recordings and much more.”

Showcase hours are from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, and from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday.

Admission is $2 per adult and includes a free, reusable shopping bag. Shoppers who bring their own reusable bag receive $1 off admission. Parking is free for Showcase shoppers.

Goehring said as a measure of appreciation for service men and women – all active and retired members of the armed forces and their families – get half-price admission with military identification.

“Pride of Dakota gives North Dakota companies a venue to showcase their products across the state, while at the same time giving shoppers an opportunity to buy local for the holiday season,” he said. “It’s a proven formula for success for our Pride of Dakota small businesses and our state’s economy.”

Pride of Dakota Holiday Showcases are also scheduled for Nov. 21-23, in the Fargo Civic Auditorium, Fargo, and Dec. 5-7, in the Bismarck Civic Center Exhibition Hall, Bismarck.

Administered by the Marketing and Information Division of the North Dakota Department of Agriculture, the Pride of Dakota program provides member companies with cooperative marketing and promotional events, such as in-store demonstrations, Pride of Dakota Day and the Holiday Showcases and Harvest Showcases. The program also provides educational opportunities and representation at regional, national and international marketing expositions. More than 500 North Dakota companies are Pride of Dakota members.

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Pride of Dakota Holiday Showcase returning to Grand Forks

The Alerus Center will be transformed into a North Dakota products shopping mall when the Pride of Dakota Holiday Showcase returns to Grand Forks, Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 8-9.

“This year’s Holiday Showcase features 110 vendor booths filled with high quality, North Dakota-made products,” said Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring. “Shoppers will find thousands of selections to choose from, including household goods, foods and condiments, decorative items, books, jewelry, recordings and much more.”

The showcase is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday, and from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday.

“We are staying open hour longer than usual on Saturday in Grand Forks to give fans time for shopping after the UND football game,” Goehring said. “We also invite tailgaters to stop by and visit the agriculture exhibit in the Alerus Center parking lot.”

Admission is $2 per adult and includes a free, reusable shopping bag. Shoppers who bring their own reusable bag receive $1 off admission. Parking is free for Showcase shoppers.

Goehring said as a measure of appreciation for veterans – all active and retired members of the armed forces and their families – get half-price admission with military identification.

“Pride of Dakota gives North Dakota companies a venue to showcase their products across the state, while at the same time giving shoppers an opportunity to buy local for the holiday season,” he said. “It’s a proven formula for success for our Pride of Dakota small businesses and our state’s economy.”

Pride of Dakota Holiday Showcases are also scheduled for Nov. 15-16, in the All Seasons Arena, State Fairgrounds, Minot; Nov. 21-23, in the Fargo Civic Auditorium, Fargo, and Dec. 5-7, in the Bismarck Civic Center Exhibition Hall, Bismarck.

Administered by the Marketing and Information Division of the North Dakota Department of Agriculture, the Pride of Dakota program provides more than 500 member companies with cooperative marketing and promotional events, such as in-store demonstrations, Pride of Dakota Day and the Holiday Showcases and Harvest Showcase. The program also provides educational opportunities and representation at regional, national and international marketing expositions.

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Minot Holiday Showcase vendor list

Shop from more than 110 Pride of Dakota members at the Minot Holiday Showcase Nov. 15 & 16 at the ND State Fair Center. You’ll find unique products including gourmet food, wine, art, books, jewelry, sporting goods and more!

Shopping Hours: Saturday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Vendor list:

  • A Special Place
  • A Touch of Honey
  • ABC Seamless
  • Adorables by Audrey Embroidery
  • Amberland Foods
  • Azoic Beauty
  • Be.dangled
  • Bead Boutique & Metal Designs
  • Berry Dakota
  • Berry Fine Candle & Craft Designs
  • Billie’s Soap & Spa Products
  • Blue Canary Creations
  • Bonnie’s Country Classics
  • Buckles by Norm
  • Charlotte’s Homemade Lefse
  • Chucks Custom Rods
  • Copper Kettle Korn
  • Country Candids
  • Cowboy Rope Art
  • Crystal Rock Healing
  • Crystal’s Concepts Photography
  • Curt’s BBQ Sauce
  • Dakota Rustic Birdhouses
  • Dakota Steel Art
  • Dakota Sun Gardens Winery
  • Dakotah Rose Delights
  • D & D Creations
  • Dave Bruner Photography
  • DeMars Foods
  • DonnaMay Designs
  • Dot’s Pretzels
  • Dr. Mary’s Books
  • Drea Jewelry Designs
  • Eriksmoen Enterprises
  • Exceptionally Nuts
  • Farmer Tillie’s Homemade Dot Treats
  • Feral Farm
  • Golden Valley Flax
  • Grandma’s Garden
  • Grandma’s NE-NE’s
  • Gregory Erickson Art
  • Handmade for You
  • Happy Magnets
  • Heavenly Scents
  • Hello Lucy
  • Hi-Performance Ceramics
  • Home Sweet Home
  • Honey Lovers
  • Janie’s
  • JJ’s Photos
  • JMB Band
  • John’s Very Cool Glass Art
  • Js Custom Designs
  • Just for Fun Sewing
  • KaleidoScarf & Pet Amenity
  • Katherine’s Krafts
  • KLG Designs
  • LaShe Naturals
  • Legends of Africa
  • Leo’s Potato Dumplings
  • Lewis & Clark Fort Mandan Foundation
  • Lighthouse Soy Candles
  • Little Jack Baby Store
  • M & S Enterprises
  • Mable’s Taste of Home
  • Magic Morsels
  • Magnetic Personalities
  • Maple River Distillery
  • Maple River Winery
  • Mikey’s Country Candy
  • Miss P’s Boutique
  • Muvey’s Jewelry
  • Nate Welk Photography
  • North Dakota Mill
  • North Prairie Signature
  • Owens BBQ
  • Pastime Prints
  • Pat Gerlach
  • Paulette’s Lefse & Quilting
  • Plains Perspective
  • Pointe of View Winery / Jeff Taylor Distillery
  • Pop of Color Pillows & More
  • Prairie Art Creations
  • Prairie Coffee Roaster
  • Prairie Road Organic Seed
  • Quilts & Things
  • Quilts and Crafts
  • R & L Light Creations
  • R & R Creations
  • Rendezvous Candy
  • Renewing the Heart
  • Rising Phoenix Jewelry
  • Scott Seiler Photography
  • Shannon Wirrenga’s Art Room
  • Sign Design
  • Sonja’s Old-Fashioned Delicacies
  • Spiral Light Candle Corp
  • Stella’s Stories
  • Strawberry Patch Crafts & Gifts
  • Sue’s Originals & More
  • Sunbutter
  • The Barn Guy
  • Thor’s Ethnic Foods
  • T’s Tangles
  • Ulmer Stoneware
  • Uncle Larry’s Beef Shtix
  • Uncle Ray’s Fillet Buddy
  • Vintner’s Winery
  • Vitality
  • Vivian’s Magnetic Bracelets
  • Wagner’s Wagon
  • WildMoon Salsa
  • Willow Creek Wood Shop
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Grand Forks Holiday Showcase – vendor list

Get your holiday shopping done while supporting local businesses!

Shop from more than 110 Pride of Dakota members at the Grand Forks Holiday Showcase Nov. 8 & 9 at the Alerus Center. You’ll find unique products including gourmet food, wine, art, books, jewelry, sporting goods and more!

Shopping Hours: Saturday 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Vendor list:

  • A Touch of Honey
  • AKK Unique Gifts
  • Amberland Foods
  • Apple A Day / Upcycled Mittens
  • Be.dangled
  • Berry Fine Candle & Craft Designs
  • Billie’s Soap & Spa Products
  • Bonnie’s Country Classics
  • Bruce Crummy Photography
  • Buckles by Norm
  • c.lizzy’s
  • Cedarworks
  • Charlotte’s Homemade Lefse
  • Copper Kettle Korn
  • Country Candids
  • Country Gardens
  • Cowboy Rope Art
  • CR Designs
  • Crystal Rock Healing
  • Curt’s BBQ Sauce
  • Dakota Candles
  • Dakota Rustic Birdhouses
  • Dakota Sun Gardens Winery
  • Darin Henze Music
  • Dave Bruner Photography
  • DeMars Foods
  • Dot’s Pretzels
  • Dr. Mary’s Books
  • Eriksmoen Enterprises
  • Framed Nature
  • Freddy’s Lefse
  • Givinity Press
  • Golden Valley Flax
  • Gourmet House Seasoning
  • Grape Vine Design
  • Handmade for You
  • Happy Magnets
  • Heavenly Scents
  • Hello Lucy
  • Hi-Performance Ceramics
  • Home Sweet Home
  • Honey Lovers
  • Images
  • Janie’s
  • JMB Band
  • John’s Very Cool Glass Art
  • JP & Lee Foods
  • Jumbo’s Sloppy Joe Sauce
  • Just for Fun Sewing
  • Karen’s Kuchen
  • Katherine’s Krafts
  • L & M Meats
  • Lake House Reflections
  • LaShe Naturals
  • Legends of Africa
  • Leo’s Potato Dumplings
  • Lewis & Clark Fort Mandan Foundation
  • Lighthouse Soy Candles
  • Lush Lola’s
  • M & S Enterprises
  • Mable’s Taste of Home
  • Maple River Distillery
  • Maple River Winery
  • Mikey’s Country Candy
  • Muvey’s Jewelry
  • North Dakota Mill
  • North Dakota Wooly Girls
  • O’Connors Mustards
  • Ole’ Products
  • Pastime Prints
  • Pat Gerlach
  • Plains Perspective
  • Prairie Art Creations
  • Prairie Coffee Roaster
  • Prairie Road Organic Seed
  • Prairiewood Winery
  • Purses by Diane
  • R & B Enterprises
  • R & L Light Creations
  • R & R Creations
  • Red’s Attic
  • Rendezvous Candy
  • Renewing the Heart
  • Rising Phoenix Jewelry
  • Rosie’s Redneck Glasses
  • Roxie’s Place Photography
  • Ruff House
  • S & J Creative Design
  • Scott Seiler Photography
  • Sherrain Stephenson
  • Sign Design
  • Simply Dakota
  • Simply Vintage by Erin Moxness
  • Smitten with Mittens
  • Sonja’s Old-Fashioned Delicacies
  • Spiral Light Candle Corp
  • Sue’s Originals & More
  • Suzy’s Shuze ‘n Starz
  • Sweet Dreams Confections
  • The Barn Guy
  • Thor’s Ethnic Foods
  • Thunderbird Ranch Gourmet Foods
  • T’s Tangles
  • Ulmer Stoneware
  • Uncle Larry’s Beef Shtix
  • Uncle Ray’s Fillet Buddy
  • Vida’s Collectibles, Hand Painted Porcelain
  • Vintage Point
  • Vitality Emu Oil
  • Vivian’s Magnetic Bracelets
  • WildMoon Salsa
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Fourth annual Pride of Dakota Harvest Showcase set for Williston

The Pride of Dakota Harvest Showcase returns to the Raymond Family Community Center in Williston, Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 18-19.

“The Harvest Showcase is a great opportunity for some early holiday shopping and to see some of the wonderful products made right here in North Dakota,” said Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring. “Nearly 50 Pride of Dakota member companies will be offering gourmet food, wine, jewelry, books, art and much, much more.”

Showcase hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (CDT), Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday. The Raymond Family Community Center is located at 1102 11th St W.  Admission is $2 per person with children under 12 free.  People who bring their own re-usable, cloth shopping bag will get $1 off their admission fee. People who bring a fresh produce donation will also get $1 off their admission. Produce donations will be given to the Williston Salvation Army.

On Saturday, North Dakota musician Jessie Veeder will perform from 1 to 4 p.m. Also during that time, carnival games will be available for children.

The Pride of Dakota Holiday Showcases are scheduled for Nov. 8-9, in Grand Forks; Nov. 15-16, in Minot; Nov. 21-23, in Fargo, and Dec. 5-7 in Bismarck.

More than 500 North Dakota companies are Pride of Dakota members. Administered by North Dakota Department of Agriculture Marketing and Information Division, the Pride of Dakota program provides member companies with cooperative marketing and promotional events, such as Pride of Dakota Day, the Holiday Showcases and in-store demonstrations. Pride of Dakota also provides educational opportunities for retailers and representation at regional, national and international marketing expositions.

View the list of companies selling products at the Williston Harvest Showcase.

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Thousands to dine on Pride of Dakota school lunches

More than 34,000 students from 134 North Dakota schools will lunch on food products from their own state on Wednesday, Oct. 1, during the 13th annual Pride of Dakota School Lunch Day.

Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring will lunch with students at Lincoln Elementary School in Lincoln on Wednesday, and discuss with them the importance of agriculture to North Dakota in in their own lives.

“Highlighting the North Dakota food products grown by our farmers and ranchers and that are processed by local businesses helps students learn how their food is raised and produced,” Goehring said. “School lunch programs can also help local economies and the state’s economy by buying these locally produced and processed foods. A wide range of North Dakota food products is now available for school lunch programs in addition to the high quality raw commodities produced in the state.”

The North Dakota Department of Agriculture (NDDA) has provided posters and other promotional materials to participating schools, as well as sample menus prepared by the Department of Public Instruction.

The Pride of Dakota program fosters the development and growth of small businesses and especially businesses that are rural, farm-based or rely on agricultural commodities. Pride of Dakota member companies can participate in cooperative promotion and marketing events; receive representation at local, state, regional, national, and international trade shows and take part in educational opportunities. More than 500 companies are Pride of Dakota members. Authorized by the Legislature, the program is administered by NDDA.

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Harvest Showcase slated Sept. 20-21 in Dickinson

More than 75 North Dakota companies will be selling foods and condiments, decorative items, jewelry, sporting goods, apparel and much more at the sixth annual Pride of Dakota Harvest Showcase, Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 20-21, in Dickinson.

“All of these products are made right here in North Dakota by North Dakotans,” said Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring. “Many vendors will also be offering samples.”

Showcase hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday (Mountain Time). Admission is $2 per person with children under 12 free.

“Bring a donation of fresh produce or your own reusable cloth shopping bag to the Harvest Showcase and receive a dollar off admission,” said Goehring.

Produce donations are given to the Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Center of Dickinson.

The Dickinson Recreation Center is located at 1865 Empire Road. From Interstate 94, turn south at Exit 59, turn left on Empire Road and drive east. The recreation center is located at the intersection of Empire Road and State Avenue.

The Williston Harvest Showcase is scheduled for Oct. 18-19. Pride of Dakota Holiday Showcases are scheduled for Nov. 8-9, in Grand Forks; Nov. 15-16, in Minot; Nov. 21-23, in Fargo, and Dec. 5-7, in Bismarck.

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Abrasives Inc. Expands Midwest Reach

Abrasives Incorporated, an employee owned company, based in Glen Ullin, ND, is pleased to announce the purchase of BCS Industrial Solutions, Inc., located in Fridley, MN, and part of the greater Minneapolis/St. Paul metro area.

Russell Raad, president of Abrasives Incorporated, stated “This acquisition will strengthen the product offerings of Abrasives Incorporated to better serve our customers in the Upper Midwest.”

Abrasives Incorporated is the manufacturer of Black Magic® coal slag, primarily used in abrasive blasting. Abrasives Incorporated also distributes and services an extensive line of Clemco, Graco, and Bullard products, as well as International Coatings.

Raad continued “We are excited about the combination of Abrasives Incorporated’s high quality Black Magic® coal slag blast media paired with BCS Industrial’s technical knowledge. They also carry a wide variety of abrasive blasting parts and equipment, coated and bonded abrasives products, and other industrial products. Our customers will now be able to obtain all of the material, parts and equipment they need for their operation with one call.”

“We are very impressed with the people at BCS Industrial, and don’t look for any major changes,” Raad said. “With the combination of our organizations, we’ll have one company with two locations and a large on-hand inventory to better serve our customer base.”

BCS Industrial Solutions Inc. will operate as an Abrasives Incorporated company.

“At Abrasives, we pride ourselves on taking care of our customers and helping them find ways to improve their operation. Our customers call us because they know they can count on us no matter what. The employees at BCS Industrial have the same philosophy,” expressed Raad.

Black Magic’s Home
Abrasives Incorporated began manufacturing abrasive blasting material in 1990, in Elgin, ND. Later they moved to Glen Ullin, ND, which now serves as the main office and manufacturing plant.

Black Magic®, “The Tough Stuff,” was created as a preferred alternative to silica sand for surface preparation. Coal slag is not only an excellent use of recycled by-product from lignite coal fired electrical power plants, it is 99.9% silica free and has no known health risks. It is harder than silica sand and the angular shape gives it a great cutting edge. Black Magic® can be found at distributor locations throughout the central and western United States.

To find out more about Abrasives Incorporated, call 800-584-7524 or visit them at www.AbrasivesInc.com. BCS Industrial can be reached at 800-716-9651 or at www.bcsindustrial.com.

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