Klecker Knives has, like many start-up companies, has closed its door and gone out of business.
I never like hearing about businesses failing. They, I’ve always believed, are the engine of American prosperity. While the mega companies spend and hire more, I’ve always believed they have no loyalty to a community other than the financial balance sheet. The small companies, with its roots in the community, hiring from the community is better for the community.
Enough of my soap box on that.
Read the whole thing. Frank is one of our Staff Correspondents, and a gifted writer.
I wrote about Klecker’s liquidation in Knife News in the December 2019 issue.