Coolest Thing Made in Indiana, finalists from Kosciusko County

(Photo Supplied/Indiana Chamber)
The Indiana Chamber of Commerce’s second Coolest Thing Made in Indiana tournament is down to two finalists – and they are both from Kosciusko County.
In the semifinal – which had thousands of voters and concluded last night – Maple Leaf Farms of Leesburg knocked off Hiker Trailers from Columbus and Polywood of Syracuse topped Kidstuff Playsystems from Gary.
Maple Leaf Farms makes a roast half duck, while Polywood manufactures a 12-piece pit sectional.
The Indiana Chamber of Commerce contest, which celebrates the state’s long manufacturing history, featured a 54-company field. There were a wide range of makers and their products entered from 43 Hoosier communities.
Public voting to crown a champion began this morning at Voting closes Wednesday, Nov. 30 at 10 p.m. ET. The tournament champion will be announced Dec. 14 at the Indiana Chamber’s Best IN Manufacturing Luncheon.
Learn more about the final two companies and vote at

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1 comment

Slacker06 November 29, 2022 at 3:36 pm

Irony. I’ve never heard of these companies so I doubt their stuff could be the coolest made in Indiana. They may be cool but are they really the coolest things made in Indiana???


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