Junkyard Treasures

Old jeep rims, discarded doors, beat-up old hubcaps, engine fans and a 1963 Chevrolet truck hood are not exactly the first things that come to mind regarding wall art and a conference room table. If you haven’t figured it out yet, we like to do things a little on the unordinary side here at Moore Exposure.

While at a trade show, owner Jean Moore saw barstools made out of tire rims. She was intrigued and came back on a mission to incorporate the idea with the new office décor. After one trip to the junkyard, the idea grew from barstools to a one-of-a-kind conference table.

The stand for the table is made of old jeep rims that Jean collected during her six trips to the junkyard. The tabletop is made out of two rejected doors that were hinged together, bolted to a metal plate and welded to the top rim. The rims were welded together to make a stand for the tabletop.

 The table is also moveable. The doors were hinged so that they can easily be removed from the conference room.

Like the automotive lift, the conference table is another great example of finding new ways for reusing discarded items. Moore Exposure is a certified green business and everyone here enjoys keeping anything from going to the landfill.

Jessica Showalter graduated from Salem College in 2006 with a degree in Communication with a concentration in marketing and advertising. She is the proud wife of a soldier. Jessica has been with Moore Exposure since 2008.

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