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C&N Manufacturing: Home of the Footlocker

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Hey, Crazy Campers!

If you’re an avid reader of our blog and a frequent visitor on our website, then you may already know some of what I’ll be discussing in today’s post—like how Everything Summer Camp wasn’t always called Everything Summer Camp. The company used to be C&N Footlockers, named after Craig and Nancy Cornell.building

Craig and Nancy founded C&N in 1987, manufacturing their classic trunks right out of the proverbial home-garage in Boyd, Wisconsin. There they made 380 black footlockers—all the same size—with unmatched, rugged construction. Along with excellent customer service, C&N Footlockers was sure to be a success.

As business picked up, they started offering trunks in more colors and different sizes. In need of more space for the manufacturing and storage of their trunks, they soon relocated. The business continued to grow and they relocated once again to a bigger building.

This final move was to the same building that we reside in today, although we've added on for even more space over the years! In the building’s factory is where every single C&N Footlocker is manufactured.

We remain modest people at Everything Summer Camp, but facts are facts and C&N Footlockers are truly the best camp trunks you can find. Made with unquestionably rock-solid craftsmanship, C&N Footlockers are built to last a lifetime.

Everything Summer Camp, the home of C&N Footlockers, now offers four different trunk sizes, twenty solid colors and a black trim option. We have create-your-own designs and dozens of designer pattern choices. We also offer lots of awesome trunk accessories that really optimize the use of your camp trunks.

A lot has changed since we got our start twenty-six years ago, but we’re still just as dedicated to making our trunks the same way we always have. That’s why we still brand every trunk we make with the C&N Footlockers emblem. Happy camping!


- John

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