Facilities at our Facility

Do you ever have that one room that you just don’t want your guests to see? Maybe you keep a door shut on the room that seems to collect everything or the scary basement. Well, for us, it was our factory restrooms.

Yes, this is a blog about our restrooms.

I am pretty sure, besides maybe a fresh coat of paint a time or two, the factory bathrooms have looked the same since WINCO bought the building in 1977. But how would I know? I was born in 2005 and as a dog, I go outside.

So, why are we fixing them up now? Well, as you could imagine, they were pretty dated.

We added a new flooring, stalls, diamond plate wainscoting, and cool circular hand washing stations.

We are excited for the improvements we have planned for 2022! We’ll keep you updated as we finish them.


Christmas 2021

Merry Christmas!

For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.

– Isaiah 9:6

Holiday hours:

Christmas – closed: December 24th.

New Years – closed: December 31st.

We hope you and your loved ones have a blessed Christmas and New Year!

Get to Know Winco – Matt

WINCO is a family-owned business with almost 80 employees. We thought it would be great to meet them!

Last time we met Matt in engineering, we thought it would be great to meet another awesome Matt this month.

Name: Matt Braun
Department: Final Test
Hobbies: Camping, 4-wheeling, target shooting, and building computers

Q: How long have you worked at WINCO?
A: 5 years

Q: Tell me about your family:
A: I have a brother, Michael and a nephew, Gage. I also have 4 step-brothers and 1 step-sister.

Q: I heard you built your camper. How was that process?
A: I built a toy hauler out of a camper made for a truck bed camper and put it on a flat-bed trailer so I could haul my wheeler. The camper was in rough shape and the wood was gone. The only thing left was the roof, so I built down from there. I took the doors and windows from an old camper.  I installed LED lights that can be run off a 12volt boat battery. I installed a fridge, ice maker, TV, heater, AC, oven, toaster, and more. I can have running water with a water hook-up. All this is under 15 amps of power usage.


Q: Tell me about your adventure of 4-wheeling
A: I have a Yamaha Grizzy with lift LED lights, bigger tires, snorkels up front, speaker tube, all new thicker bumpers and racks. I also have an Arctic cat side by side I got from my grandpa. I put on new wheels, tires, a radio, new lights, and winch.

I like to go on rides with family and friends mostly in the woods doing trail rides and mudding

Thank you Matt for taking time to talk to me!

If you are in the area, stop by and say ‘Hi’ to Matt!

See you soon!