Kwik-Wall Company is located in Springfield, Illinois. The state's capital is the hometown of the sixteenth President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln. With a population of approximately 117,000, Springfield has many historical sites and attractions.
The most popular sites are the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum, Library, Home, and Tomb. Other historical attractions include the Dana Thomas House, Vachel Lindsay Home, and the Old State Capital Building. In addition to these landmarks, Springfield is one of the stops along the U.S. Route 66 Highway that begins in Chicago, Illinois and ends in Los Angeles, California.
The town's fame doesn't stop there. Springfield is known for the origination of the 'Horseshoe' sandwich. The Horseshoe sandwich was nationally televised from one of the town's most popular restaurants, D'arcy's Pint. In fact, four of Springfield's mom and pop restaurants have been nationally televised; Charlie Parker's, D'arcy's Pint, Chili Parlor, and Cozy Dog Drive-In.
While Springfield isn't the largest city, our town has a lot of attractions!