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Gold Medal expands to new building

Jan 11, 2013

Cincinnati, Ohio-based Gold Medal Products Co. purchased a new building to accommodate its double-digit sales growth, closing in late October 2012.

The new 42,000-square-foot space is located across the street from the current world headquarters. It's currently being used for warehousing, but will ultimately serve as manufacturing and storage space.

In its 82 years of existence, Gold Medal has outgrown five locations and expanded its current building five times.


Gold Medal expands to new building

Jan 11, 2013

Cincinnati, Ohio-based Gold Medal Products Co. purchased a new building to accommodate its double-digit sales growth, closing in late October 2012.

The new 42,000-square-foot space is located across the street from the current world headquarters. It's currently being used for warehousing, but will ultimately serve as manufacturing and storage space.

In its 82 years of existence, Gold Medal has outgrown five locations and expanded its current building five times.

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