JUST IN: Dummies to move to Huron

HURON Huron prides itself on good schools and a good library. That's not going to stop a bunch
Sandusky Register Staff
May 24, 2010

HURON

Huron prides itself on good schools and a good library. That’s not going to stop a bunch of dummies from moving to town.

Huron City Council approved legislation at Tuesday’s meeting to sell 8.3 acres in its corporate park to a company that manufactures crash test dummies.

Denton ATD operates out of a facility in Milan. According to the agreement, the company will build a 40,000 square-foot factory and an attached 9,750-square-foot office in Huron. Work on the project is expected to start later this summer with an opening in Spring 2009.

Denton’s vice president Michael Bebee told the Register earlier this spring the company had plans to move to a new facility somewhere in Erie County.  An increase in demand for the dummies forced the company to relocate.

Read more in Friday's Register.