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Dynamic Brands Relocates Manufacturing-Distribution to Pageland, South Carolina

07/18/2018
Dynamic Brands, a Richmond, Virginia, headquartered parent company for a portfolio of premium golf and recreational accessory brands, is relocating manufacturing and warehouse operations to Pageland, South Carolina.

The company’s $3.8 million capital investment is projected to create at least 12 new jobs in Chesterfield County, South Carolina. Plans for the company’s new, 65,000-square-foot facility, located at 2203 Highway 601 in Pageland, include complete office renovations and interior improvements for production, as well as exterior upgrades. The new operations are expected to come online in the first quarter of 2019. Hiring is expected to begin in late fall 2018.

“This new facility will give us additional space to expand our offices as well as production and warehouse storage. Our business has expanded to the point where we have outgrown our current facility. The location we selected is close to our current facility, is the optimal size and layout for our business and gives us the opportunity for future expansion,” said Dynamic Brands CEO Leighton Klevana.

“Congratulations to Dynamic Brands for selecting Chesterfield County for their new facility. This shows that we not only make things well in South Carolina, we’re also ideally positioned to move products around to serve our companies’ customers,” said Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt.

“We are pleased to welcome Dynamic Brands, their $3.8 million investment and the 12 new jobs they are bringing to Chesterfield County. Dynamic Brands is a company that sells products in 50 countries worldwide, and we are proud they chose to locate here. We look forward to the company continuing to prosper and grow,” said Chesterfield County Council Chairman Al Johnson.

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