Unequal Technologies, a provider of customized, concealed sports protection, opened its new corporate headquarters in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania
, near Philadelphia. Unequal said it anticipates hiring up to 200 additional staff members during the next three years, as the company consolidates warehouse inventory, shipping, sales, marketing and product development in the new 65,000-square-foot building.
"Pennsylvania will always be home for Unequal," said Unequal CEO Rob Vito. "This is where we first launched our company as a military and law enforcement supplier, where we first broke into sports protection by building custom gear for Eagles players, where we first launched in retail with Schuylkill Valley Sports, and where we're excited to launch our pilot Play It Safe initiative."
"All across Pennsylvania, we are seeing progress and job growth, and today we are announcing more than 100 new jobs in Delaware County," said Gov. Tom Corbett. "We are excited that Unequal Technologies chose to stay within the commonwealth. The company is not only expanding their operations, they are bringing outsourced jobs back to the Keystone State."