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Gutterglove Eyes Nashville, Tennessee, for East Coast Manufacturing & Distribution Hub

10/12/2020
Gutterglove, manufacturer of stainless steel micro-mesh gutter guards, currently headquartered in Northern California, is expanding its manufacturing and distribution reach to the East Coast, with plans to open a facility just outside Nashville, Tennessee.

"Our vision is to protect every gutter on every home in North America," said Matt Smith, CEO of Gutterglove. "We've experienced tremendous growth over the last few years, and, in order to deliver on our bold vision, have sought out ways to support the increased demand for our product. Adding a facility to the East Coast is our latest step toward doing just that."

According to company officials, “opening this manufacturing and distribution facility in the Nashville area will markedly reduce the overall shipping and delivery times for customers in the Eastern United States. Gutterglove will maintain their reputation for excellent customer service by better supporting its customers throughout North America. Two facilities on either side of the continent are just the first step they're taking to make that happen.

"We're excited to bring a host of new jobs to a city so full of opportunity," Smith continued. "We can't wait to see what the next few years bring for both our headquarters in Roseville and our new second home in middle Tennessee."

Company officials noted “as one of the country's fastest-growing cities, Nashville checked every box for a company that's enjoying consistent growth and increased success itself. Being in the Nashville area was ideal, but the city's reputation as friendly and culturally diverse made it the perfect choice as well. Because Gutterglove will fill the facility's many jobs with local talent, the reflection of the company's own values in the people and culture throughout middle Tennessee was an essential draw.”

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