Two Michiana companies in quarterfinals for Coolest Thing Made in Indiana contest

Two Michiana companies are in the quarter finals for the Indiana Chamber of Commerce’s inaugural Coolest Thing Made in Indiana contest.

The contest celebrates the state’s manufacturing tradition.

The eight quarterfinalists are:

  • Janus Motorcycles – production motorcycle (Goshen)
  • Wag'n Tails Mobile Conversions – mobile pet grooming salons and veterinary clinics (South Bend)
  • Hoosier Bat Co. – wood baseball bats used in Major League Baseball (Valparaiso)
  • Hudson Aquatic Systems LLC – underwater treadmills for dogs, horses and humans (Angola)
  • Janus Motorcycles – production motorcycle (Goshen)
  • Old 55 Distillery – bottled-in-bond 100% sweet corn bourbon (Newtown)
  • Trek Container Pools – shipping container pools (Anderson)          
  • Warm Glow Candle Company – candles with “lumpy, bumpy exterior” (Centerville)
  • Wood-Mizer – portable sawmills; various uses include building houses and making baseball bats (Batesville and Indianapolis)

Public voting for the quarterfinals ends on February 6. Semi-finals voting begins February 7.

Click here to vote and to learn more about the companies in the quarterfinals.

The champion will be crowned on February 15.

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