ReallyGoodStuff.com To Locate E-commerce Fulfillment Center In Kansas City, Missouri
Established in 1992, ReallyGoodStuff.com works side-by-side with educators to develop a catalog of school supplies inspired by innovative teachers. Their goal is to offer fun, colorful products that fulfill teachers' needs.
Jon Sonneborn, Executive Vice President of Really Good Stuff said, “We’re delighted to be setting up a major distribution center in the CenterPoint Intermodal Center in Kansas City. For over twenty years we’ve served elementary schools in every state and in almost every community. Now we’re much closer to many of our beloved teachers.”
To assist ReallyGoodStuff.com with its expansion to Kansas City, the Missouri Department of Economic Development has offered a strategic economic incentive package that the company can receive if it meets strict job creation and investment criteria. In addition, Kansas City Area Development Council and the City of Kansas City also partnered with ReallyGoodStuff.com to help make its expansion possible.
“Located in the heart of America, in the center of all the action, Missouri is the perfect place to locate a business,” said Mike Downing, Director of the Missouri Department of Economic Development. “Combine our central location with our experienced workforce and robust transportation infrastructure and there’s no better place for ReallyGoodStuff.com to grow. We’re happy to have them join our community.”
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