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Culpitt Roofing looks to meet customers at Agweek Farm Show

Culpitt Roofing Inc. wants to get their name out and tell customers what they can do for them.

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AgweekTV recorded at the Agri News Farm Show in Rochester, Minn., on Tuesday, March 10, 2020. From left are AgweekTV executive producer Trevor Peterson, Agweek editor Jenny Schlecht and AgweekTV anchor Michelle Rook.
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Culpitt Roofing, based out of West Salem, Wisc., covers about a 500-mile radius which expands over Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois, Iowa and North Dakota.

The company will have a booth at the Agweek Farm Show, scheduled for March 8-9 at Graham Arena at the Olmsted County fairgrounds in Rochester, Minnesota.

Katelyn Ellenbolt said the company has had a booth at the Agweek Farm Show for the last few years.

Culpitt Roofing installs double lock standing seam metal roofs.

The Culpitt Roofing logo includes their phone number, 1-608-786-0660.
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"We do residential, commercial and agricultural," said Ellenboldt of the jobs they do.

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She said they looking forward to getting the company name out there more.

As far as what people can expect from the booth:

"We'll have pictures set up, and the person there will have a presentation set up, and have a steel sample with," she said. "They'll be able to answer all your questions."

People interested will be able to sign up for a free estimate, said Ellenboldt.

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