Coppes Napanee is the oldest continuously-operating cabinet maker in the United States. Founded in 1873, in Nappanee, IN, as a planing mill, the company became famous for manufacturing dozens of models of “Hoosier Cabinets” at the turn of the century. The founders, Frank and John Coppes, chose the name Coppes Napanee with just one "p," because federal laws at the time banned the use of trademarking city or community names in corporate titles. Coppes Napanee continued to evolve with the contemporary home over the years and, in the 1950’s, began designing the built-in kitchens we know today. These kitchens were purchased by the likes of Frank Sinatra, John F. Kennedy and Elvis Presley. The company still offers the well-built construction and standards of lifetime quality in its cabinetry products and provides expert restoration services for the Hoosier Cabinets that put them on the map a century ago. Visit the Coppes Napanee website at www.coppesnapanee.com for more information.