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Stern Rubber Company News

— Feb 4, 2016

Epichlorohydrin, also just known as Hydrin, is one of the may specialty grades of rubber that we use at Stern Rubber. Some of the items that we make using this material is throttle body adapters and boots, and air intake boots.

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— Jan 28, 2016

The Mille Lacs Chapter of Ducks Unlimited is hosting their annual Fishing For Ducks fishing contest on Mille Lacs lake, in Garrison, MN on Saturday, February 20th.

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— Jan 21, 2016

The Brainerd Lakes area will be host to the world's largest charity ice fishing contest on Gull Lake's Hole In The Day Bay, on Saturday, February 6th.

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— Jan 14, 2016

There are tons of things to do in central Minnesota, not matter the time of the year. One of the most unique is the weekly pig races held all summer at the Bears Den in Leader, MN.

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— Jan 7, 2016

Edgar Hetteen was a snowmobile pioneer and a visionary, and he founded 3 companies that Stern Rubber still does business with: Polaris, Arctic Cat, and ASV.

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— Dec 31, 2015

2015 was a big year for Stern Rubber Company, that included a new name, some new customers, a few new pieces of equipment, a handful of awards, a much needed building addition, and most of all a new owner.

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— Dec 24, 2015

As December slowly comes to an end, family and friends begin to gather at one another’s homes to celebrate the holidays. The family aspect of the holiday season is second to none, and our family of employees here at Stern is no different. From molders to management, Stern's team is always there for one another. From all of us here at Stern, we would like to wish you a Happy Holiday from our Family to yours!

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— Dec 17, 2015

As the bitter cold of mid December sets in here in northern Minnesota, many begin to wonder what we Minnesotans do to pass the time. Well, there is ice fishing, downhill skiing, snowshoeing, and the most popular, snowmobiling.

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