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Paul Lindsoe

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Headwaters Seat Covers LLC

HQ Phone:  (406) 285-3001

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Headwaters Seat Covers LLC

702 3Rd Avenue W.

Three Forks, Montana,59752

United States

Company Description

Headwaters Seat Covers LLC is a true mom and pop business. Paul does the manufacturing of the seat covers and Lori, Paul's wife, does the books, and their two young boys help out whenever they can. You can also meet Janell Barber who has joined our staff. Pa...more

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Paul Lindsoe started Headwaters Seat Covers, LLC in 2006 with the simple idea of making the best fitting, most durable seat cover with everything a sportsman and outdoorsman would want...


www.bigskybusiness.com

Paul Lindsoe started Headwaters Seat Covers, LLC in 2006 with the simple idea of making the best fitting, most durable seat cover with everything a sportsman and outdoorsman would want, and to get it to them in a timely fashion.
In starting the company, Lindsoe was very resourceful, utilizing resources like the Montana Manufacturing Extension Center (MMEC), Prospera Business Network (previously Gallatin Valley Development Corporation) and the Montana State University College of Business.


www.bigskybusiness.com

Paul Lindsoe started Headwaters Seat Covers, LLC in 2006 with the simple idea of making the best fitting, most durable seat cover with everything a sportsman and outdoorsman would want, and to get it to them in a timely fashion.
In starting the company, Lindsoe was very resourceful, utilizing resources like the Montana Manufacturing Extension Center (MMEC), Prospera Business Network (previously Gallatin Valley Development Corporation) and the Montana State University College of Business. Lindose had worked seven years in the business of making seat covers and wanted to buy an existing business, but simply couldn’t afford it. So he began business through the old fashioned “boot strap†method â€" in the two stall garage at his home, working alone except for his wife, Lori, doing the books, and building resources project by project. He ordered materials and supplies for his first order for $275 using a zero-percent interest credit card. From the profits of the first job, he purchased more equipment and materials, and so continued the cycle of growing from the profits. “What we lacked in money we made up in knowledge,†said Paul. Paul said that he knew that his goal in business meant inventing and breaking new ground in the seat cover manufacturing industry. He knew he needed help. He contacted the Montana State University’s Montana Manufacturing Extension Center (MMEC). “MMEC worked with us from the start,†said Paul. He also contacted Prospera Business Network, which gave him some instructions and their “How to start a business†packet. One of the keys to having a successful seat cover business is to have patterns for all trucks and SUVs â€" a painstaking process which Paul said taught him to be patient. The business grew to the point of needing an employee, as well as more space. Paul started to make a plan to move out of the garage, to buy a building, property and “hopefully an Eastman M-9000 automated cutting machine.†At this point, Paul got help from the Montana State University College of Business. Students figured out what was feasible and refined the company’s mission statement, helped in finding a suitable building, and negotiating for a M-9000. He continued to call upon the expertise of MMEC in designing and planning his manufacturing plant, and “to make sure we are manufacturing as efficiently as possible.†Lori continues as the company’s bookkeeper and their sons, Keagan, 14 and Conner, 12, contribute with ideas and field test the products. As they get older, Paul said he hopes to incorporate his sons in sales and marketing or management.


www.bigskybusiness.com

Paul Lindsoe started Headwaters Seat Covers, LLC in 2006 with the simple idea of making the best fitting, most durable seat cover with everything a sportsman and outdoorsman would want, and to get it to them in a timely fashion.
In starting the company, Lindsoe was very resourceful, utilizing resources like the Montana Manufacturing Extension Center (MMEC), Prospera Business Network (previously Gallatin Valley Development Corporation) and the Montana State University College of Business. Lindose had worked seven years in the business of making seat covers and wanted to buy an existing business, but simply couldn't afford it. So he began business through the old fashioned "boot strap" method - in the two stall garage at his home, working alone except for his wife, Lori, doing the books, and building resources project by project. He ordered materials and supplies for his first order for $275 using a zero-percent interest credit card. From the profits of the first job, he purchased more equipment and materials, and so continued the cycle of growing from the profits. "What we lacked in money we made up in knowledge," said Paul. Paul said that he knew that his goal in business meant inventing and breaking new ground in the seat cover manufacturing industry. He knew he needed help. He contacted the Montana State University's Montana Manufacturing Extension Center (MMEC). "MMEC worked with us from the start," said Paul. He also contacted Prospera Business Network, which gave him some instructions and their "How to start a business" packet. One of the keys to having a successful seat cover business is to have patterns for all trucks and SUVs - a painstaking process which Paul said taught him to be patient. The business grew to the point of needing an employee, as well as more space. Paul started to make a plan to move out of the garage, to buy a building, property and "hopefully an Eastman M-9000 automated cutting machine." At this point, Paul got help from the Montana State University College of Business. Students figured out what was feasible and refined the company's mission statement, helped in finding a suitable building, and negotiating for a M-9000. He continued to call upon the expertise of MMEC in designing and planning his manufacturing plant, and "to make sure we are manufacturing as efficiently as possible." Lori continues as the company's bookkeeper and their sons, Keagan, 14 and Conner, 12, contribute with ideas and field test the products. As they get older, Paul said he hopes to incorporate his sons in sales and marketing or management.


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