LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- At a factory in Southwest Little Rock, the machines go all out all day.
The stop button is hardly ever used. If you're making 23 different styles of notebooks for the military, t-shirts for the Army, Navy, and Coast Guard. Bandoliers for carrying ammo. You've got to keep it moving.
If you work here you have to be versatile, willing to learn different skills.
And if you work here, you have to be blind or visually impaired.
It's the Lighthouse for the Blind. Now celebrating it's 75th year of business success and fulfillment of those who look to contribute to society.
James Walker who has been with them 33 years says it best.
"It's a great living. I love the job you know, and I'm just glad to be out here as long as I have."
Heather Hoffman has been working here six years and loves helping the military.