Comments for: Lincoln store specializes in Amish furniture, goods

Posted Oct. 03, 2012, at 8:34 p.m.
Last modified Oct. 03, 2012, at 9:28 p.m.

LINCOLN | They might live according to a lifestyle and ethic attuned more to the 19th Century than the 21st, but the Amish are smart and hardworking business people, Cynthia Libby said. “They are easy to do business with. They know their product. They know what they can sell …

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  • Anonymous

    I’d like to have all the machinery they have in Smyrna.Woodworkers dream shop.

  • Anonymous

    They should have called it Lincoln Logs…

    • Amber Murchison

      If they had, I’m sure they would have gotten a cease and desist letter from the attorney for the company who owns the trademark on Lincoln Logs….they’d have to spend even more money changing all the signs, letterheads, business cards, etc.  Not a smart thing to do with a new business

  • Anonymous

    It is my understanding that although the Amish disdain modern conveniences, power tools for instance, they are quite comfortable hiring other people to do the work using these tools and then selling the product as made by the Amish.  Does anyone know if this is accurate?  I’d like to learn that I am mistaken.

    • Anonymous

      Their equipment in Smyrna is all modern.

    • Anonymous

      I’m sure it depends on which Amish group you work with/buy from. You’d have to research every manufacturer to know for sure.

  • Anonymous

    Another new business in the Town of Lincoln good for them.  I hope they succeed.   Getting a Coffee Pot shop too! 

  • Anonymous

    anyone else think it’s funny that Lincoln goes through a 1.58 Million dollar short fall and then an Amish Store opens? maybe there is a connection between Lincoln and Big Amish ! 

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