Cindy and Randy Bishop welcoming you to their new facility

RC Enterprises experienced a devastating fire that consumed their family run business located on Spence Road in the early morning hours of September 3, 2017. Eight fire departments from three counties battled the blaze but nothing could be done to save the building and equipment.

Within about 10 days, Cyndi and Randy Bishop had a plan to rebuild their business. With the Blessing Barn built in the 1800’s as a base of operation, the company could have offices and begin to come back from the loss. Luckily they had insurance for the business and that would cover the lost wages of their employees while the rebuilding was taking place.

In mid March the business was back open with the first building that houses the equipment for full service to vehicles. They also have the ability to continue to sell equipment as a Bobcat dealer in our area.

The company has more than 50 years of experience and they were not going to let a fire end their business. Customers from throughout the area are back and things are moving forward for the service and sales departments.

Cyndi explained that the offices are still located in the Blessings Barn, but everything is up and running for repairs to vehicles and lawn and garden equipment. The new equipment is on site and will be ready for shoppers in an outdoor display area. Work continues as the weather improves and the Blessing Barn is available for special events such as fundraisers and family functions.

You can reach the company for more information at 937-964-0270.

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