Tri-State Outdoor Products in West Point Iowa

Welcome to Tri-State Outdoor Products LLC and Gifts & More, where we offer low maintenance vinyl fence and decking, railing, Traeger pellet grills and a wide array of specialty gifts to help enhance the look of your home that will last and last!  We are conveniently located on Highway 218 just north of Donnellson, Iowa.  Check out our products and give us a jingle or stop in and we will answer any questions you may have about designing your dream look for your home!

Earl Stuekerjuergen, the current owner, started the business in 1991 and operated the business out of his garage. In the spring of 2000 he built the current location on Highway 218. Since then the business has grown to over 10,000 square feet under one roof.

Tri-State Outdoor Products LLC is the largest retailer of vinyl fence and decking in the tri-state area and boasts the largest showroom in the Midwest. Customers regularly compliment us on the quality of our facility and their ability to touch and see all of our products in person in a climate controlled environment.

We have our own trained installers or we also sell directly to you if you wish to install yourself. You will also find our sales staff second to none if you have any questions of any of your products.

Stop by and see us today!

RPM donates DVD players, movies to Blessing Cancer Center

RPM donates DVD players, movies to Blessing Cancer Center

When cancer patient Dave Comer was going through chemotherapy treatments at the Blessing Cancer Center, he thought it would be nice if DVD players were available for patients so they could watch movies and make the time pass faster. Comer, marketing manager for the Quincy Gems and better known in the community as “Chicken Man,” shared the idea with his friend Kevin Reed of Reed Promotional Media in Quincy.

Reed took it to Facebook.

Donations started to pour in and before long RPM had enough money to buy 10 portable DVD players, a large supply of disposable headphones and 40 movies. RPM presented the Blessing Cancer Center with the gift on June 30.

“We are so grateful to Reed Promotional Media for making this generous donation possible. These items will greatly enhance the experience of chemotherapy patients at the Blessing Cancer Center,” said Bonnie Kleissle, administrative director of the Cancer Center.

“It’s also wonderful that one of our patients wanted to give back to the Cancer Center in such a meaningful way,” Kleissle said of Comer, who was treated for esophageal cancer at the Cancer Center and finished chemotherapy and radiation therapy treatments in February.

Reed encourages the public to help build the Blessing Cancer Center’s movie library by donating used DVDs. People can drop off DVDs at RPM, 811 Maine.