In a modest, unassuming warehouse in Rutland's industrial district on Quality Lane, Ann Clark Ltd. — the country's largest cookie cutter company — is churning out pterodactyls, gingerbread men and this past week, pulling old dies from election year to take to the White House. Recently the company, which is one year shy of its 30th year in business, was approached by White House officials asking to have it featured in its Made in America Showcase on Monday. Ben Clark, CEO, said that during the campaign cookie cutters of Democratic hopeful Hillary Clinton and now President Donald Trump were made, and Clark took the latter to Washington. This week's People & Places shows some of the people behind the scenes at Ann Clark Ltd.                

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