The Owner

Question & Answer: Kenny Belt of Wits End Fabrication

Q:How did you arrive at running this business? What path brought you here?
A:Wits End Fab started as a hobby. I was always “tinkering” with things, constantly working on anything that I could get my hands on. I was the “go to” guy for people who were at their “Wit’s End” with projects and automotive problems. My wife came up with the name after watching the pattern for years. It wasn’t long until Wits End Fab consumed the lives of the people around it. As the work load increased, friends would help with anything they could. In no time at all, what was once a hobby, turned in to a full time operation.

Q:What are you known for professionally? What do you have a knack for?
A:On a professional level, I am know for innovative, quality metal work. I have a knack for quickly providing detailed solutions for engineering based problems.

Q:What’s the one problem you are best at solving for your clients? What do your ideal clients say about you?
A:I take the guesswork out of my clients hands. I make people feel comfortable that they’ve chose me to help them along with their situation.

Q:Who have you worked with in the past? And what have you done for them?
A:I’ve worked at many companies. Large and small. I can safely say that anyone that I worked side by side with, has a new way to look at things.

Q:What are you most passionate about professionally? What most excites you about your work?
A:I’m passionate about manufacturing. Building miscellaneous pieces, parts, and vehicles is a highlight of my life. Having the opportunity to be creative makes everything worth while.

Q:What are you passionate about personally? What do you really enjoy? What can’t you stop talking about?
A:Wits End Fabrication. My life is dedicated to my work.

Q:Where can we find you when you’re not working? What’s your favorite way to spend a weekend or a Sunday afternoon?
A:Out in the woods. I love going off roading.

Q:How long have you been doing what you do?
A:About 14 years

Q:Any nonprofits you love, & why?
A:Hero’s for the Homeland. It’s an important thing to look out for your fellow citizens when disaster hits

Q:What would be impossible for you to give up?
A:My welder and my opinion.

Q:Why would someone not want to work with you?
A:I can be a bit scatter brained at times. I know that can be quite frustrating at times.

Q:How do you want to be remembered?
A:As a stand up kind of guy, and a real game changer.

Q:What upsets you?
A:Mediocrities

Q:Anything else you’d like to tell people about yourself?
A:Everyday I try to learn something new. Everyday I try to improve on one more thing. Everyday I try to shake one more hand. What’s life without the desire to be better?