To accommodate a sales increase of nearly 100 percent over 2006, LeoVince USA moved into a new building in the San Francisco Bay area. The new building has additional office space, an R&D center with dyno room, photo studio and increased warehouse space, according to a LeoVince press release.
U.S. Manager Tim Calhoun said the company needed more room because of LeoVince’s rapid growth. “A lot of our competitors are scaling back, but we flat out needed more space to keep commitments we’ve already made for 2008,” he said.
In addition to the new building, LeoVince USA has increased its personnel by creating a new position, electronics development manager, and filling its marketing manager position.Click here for reuse options!
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