Outdoor Sporting Store Sees Effects of the Great Outdoors

In June of 2010, an EF2 tornado touched down in Dundee, MI, leaving behind a large amount of damage. Homes and hotels were destroyed, along with Cabela’s, Michigan’s most-visited destination, and Splash Universe. The roof and siding was torn off of Cabela’s because of the 135 mph winds from the tornado. Being a Supply Chain Management major, I was interested in this event for a personal reason. My father works for a semi truck company that helped deliver lumber to Cabela’s in order to help with the reconstruction process. Truck companies from around our state were called in to help deliver material to the site. Everything was fully restored because of this transportation effort.

Brittney A

Sources: woodtv.com | monroenews.com

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