Sugar Post gets its name from its neighborhood in Salt Lake City—Sugar House—and its original location across the street from the post office. Sugar Post was a pottery shop originally. In 1999, after the first army helmet turtle was created, Sugar Post Metal headed in the direction of full time metal production. A change of location and the addition of a separate metal facility brought about many new additions to the metal line of creatures, as well as custom projects for both functional use and the purely artistic.
In 2009, Sugar Post Metal moved to a larger facility at 80 West Truman Ave, still in Salt Lake City.
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