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Manufacturer in NW Minn. hands out $1.26M in profit-sharing to workers


Central Boiler, which makes high-efficiency outdoor furnaces, may be the biggest manufacturer you’ve never heard of in manufacturing-rich Roseau County in northwestern Minnesota.

And this is a nice time of year for the company’s 235 employees: year-end profit-sharing.

The owners of Central Boiler, Dennis and Terri Brazier, high school sweethearts and farm kids who started the company in 1984, distributed $1.26 million — about $5,400 per employee — to workers, including production workers who average $20.75 per hour plus benefits.


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