Meet Your Sales Manager: Mike Fisher

Hi. My name is Mike Fisher & I'm the manager here at Amish Outdoor Showcase as well as your primary sales rep for all of the buildings and structures. I want your business, I plan to earn it & I hope to meet you soon.

My daughter Sommer manages the Luxcraft poly-furniture & the Backyard Creations Playset programs. Me and my kid have been blessed enough to grow this store together into one the most successful Weaver Barns locations in the Country.

I'm a believer that any time you spend your hard-earned money with anyone on anything you should feel like you know that person, their experience & their character. It's in the spirit of that thinking that I want to share a little bit about myself with you.

I've been doing this for about 14 years now & I love my job. I'm the most experienced in the region within this industry. I truly enjoy designing & selling barns & other outdoor items and I love working with the Amish. It's a very fun experience to help people add just the right thing to their yard. I pride myself in guiding my customers to find the best product and the best price for it, not thru gimmicks or pesky rounds of haggling, but by helping them to choose the right selection of material & design choices and sizes & options for their needs & budget.  

I live in Swanton (greater Toledo area) with my beautiful wife Chris & my two lovely daughters Sommer (23) & Amanda (20). Chris & Amanda are often up here helping out too or working at the Home & Garden Shows with me & Sommer, so you may also meet them depending on when you visit.

I was born in Toledo & then raised in Oregon, Ohio thru my high school years at Clay HS. We've lived in Swanton for about 9 years now.

I'm proud to oversee this branch of Weaver Barns from inception since 2011. My background makes me well prepared; After working 9 years as a service provider managing programs for state and federal agencies I transitioned to spending the past decade nearly decade & a half specializing in selling Amish-country products like outbuildings, cabins & barns in the Northwest Ohio/ SE Michigan area. I pride myself on having earned the most exceptional reputation area-wide with my customers and with all of my suppliers and contacts in Amish Ohio. I am blessed to work with so many good folks from such an outstanding part of of the nation. 
I'd always known that I'd like to someday work with Weaver Barns if they ever expanded into the Great Lakes market since I was aware of their groundbreaking customer service, top-knotch selection of lumber and their expert crews. I was happily surprised to learn that they had heard of me as well & were looking to work together too. Our location in Holland, Ohio was exactly the one that was our first choice. We became fast friends & effective associates with like-minded ambitions. Everything just came together. We are proud to expand our reach & are excited to serve you. Our combined years of expertise, unified reverence for old-fashioned service & our drive to continue to be a company on the grow make us the best place to make your purchase. I promise.     

Random facts: Due to my last name (or my funny face) I've been assigned the nickname "Fish" most of my life so don't be shocked if someone blurts it out on the showcase site...especially when I respond to them happily. I'm 44 years old but my beard is about 70 when I grow it long. I'm also a fairly known local musician & writer playing in several bands & solo on the tri-state circuit. I'm an award winning songwriter with residences & ties in Nashville and Gatlinburg and do small tours often down south to play festivals and stuff. I'm a regular contributor to Toledo Streets newspaper & other local papers. I spend most of my non-working time with my family around here or I do a lot of back-country hiking throughout the Appalachian states (my wife & I both have extended family & roots down there) whenever I can. I'm unarguably a 'nature-boy', I'm crazy about dogs (and most other critters) & I dig nearly all other outdoor activities. I am usually easy to drag into small talk about such things.

Now that you know a lot about me, I hope to know you too. Stop on by soon!

-Mike Fisher, Showcase Mgr./ Product Specialist

Meet the rest of the staff/ family

Chris Fisher                                   Sommer Fisher                          Amanda Fisher

Meet our home office's entire sales team, design team & management team. We have a lot of great folks as resources to help with your project. 

The Weaver Barns Story

In 1994, Weaver Barns began manufacturing storage structures in the second story of an old barn. With only two employees and 2,400 sq. ft. of work space, storage sheds weren't the only thing we were building – we were also building a reputation for unmatched quality and craftsmanship. Later, an addition to our Sugarcreek, Ohio, facility has increased our production area to 25,000 sq. ft.

Through our network of dealers across Ohio and surrounding states, we provide customers with a wide selection of well-crafted, fine quality storage barns. We currently offer 15 different models available with a choice of Vinyl, Premier, and Deluxe features and a large range of special options.

Weaver Barns is committed to providing you with the best in everything we do, from customer service and production to the final installation of your barn. Our promise to you: a quality product for you and your family to enjoy for many years to come.

–Wayne Weaver, Owner

Sugarcreek, Ohio

Sugarcreek Ohio was originally settled by immigrants from Switzerland. It has a rich blend of Swiss culture and Amish heritage wrapped into an experience all its own. Quaint towns like Sugarcreek, Berlin, Walnut Creek & Mt. Hope combine in Tuscarawas & Holmes Counties to host the world's largest population of Amish residents which draw many visitors, thus making tourism an important sector of the local economy.

Sugarcreek remains a place where natural beauty and rich tradition intersect. It was reportedly settled in the spot where two well-worn Indian trails once crossed, For most visitors, it's also the gateway to Amish Country.

With Swiss-style architecture, famous Swiss cheese and an annual Swiss Festival, Sugarcreek has become a top tourist destination in Ohio.

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