During the height of the Depression, when banks were bankrupt, soup-kitchen lines ran long and a quarter of the population was out of work, Don Burch thought it would be a great idea to start a company.
Today, son Les Burch said his dad’s plan to start a window company sounds, honestly speaking, stupid.
Read more in The Denver Post about how Sashco survived and thrived.
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