The Big C. Crane Move

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Photo by Mary Bullwinkel

C. Crane’s big move to our new building has been a very memorable experience. Last Friday, October 30th, we celebrated our Ribbon Cutting Ceremony along with a big Halloween themed shindig for members from the Fortuna Community. Below is a wonderful article published by Talkers writer, Michael Harrison, as well as a few pictures taken from the event.

C. Crane’s Impressive New Building.

The family-owned-and-operated C. Crane company has been in business since it was founded at the Crane family’s kitchen table in 1983 selling AM antennas for the love of talk radio. Pictured, you see the staff of the AM/FM radio and accessories vendor posing during the ribbon-cutting outside C. Crane’s newly remodeled 14,000 square foot facility.  Local dignitaries and employees decided they might as well celebrate Halloween at the same since a big move like this is kind of scary.  Company founder Bob Crane says the new digs provide improved efficiency and better access for customers to the new showroom.  He says, “Our ability to design and manufacture new proprietary radio products has dramatically accelerated with the new facility.”

Read the Talkers article here: http://www.talkers.com/?s=c+crane&x=0&y=0

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4 Responses to “The Big C. Crane Move”

  1. Sharilee Van Zandt Thompson Says:

    You’re looking good Bob…I can see you in there!!! Congrats on your move. So glad to always hear about your wonderful products. You did good. Now I have to go order one of those cute little radios. Hope you see you at the 50th. And yes, I did tell Laurie you said hi. I see her once a year down at her house in San Diego. We spend the time laughing and have a great time together. Always your fellow neighbor, shari van Zandt-thompson

  2. William Brown Says:

    Congratulations!!!

  3. Tristan Armstrong Says:

    Congratulations on the new building and successful move, which I’m guessing was no easy task, abet thrilling however.

  4. Bruce Polvi Says:

    Great move. You have been there for us small retailers. Your are a part of our success. Thanks for keeping us in mind. Bruce Polvi – CEO The Electronic Superstore Inc. & Lincoln City Sporting Goods Inc. 26 years and running!


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