Brazilian Professionals Plans Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee, Operations-Distribution Center
The new 50,000-square-foot building will be located in the Cherry Glen Industrial Park, a Select Tennessee Certified Site. The company also plans to increase the space by another 12,00- square-feet to accommodate other back-office functions and expanded corporate and headquarters-related operations. Once complete, the facility will serve as Brazilian Professionals’ primary U.S. distribution site.
“We are thrilled to be moving our main U.S. distribution facility to the great state of Tennessee. Its central location, with only two days transit time to 90-percent of our customers, makes our Mt. Pleasant location highly strategic for the company’s operations. With Tennessee’s skilled workforce, the company is looking forward to expanding its employment base and to becoming an active community member in the Middle Tennessee area for years to come,” Scott Freeman, chief operating officer, Brazilian Professionals said.
Founded in 2008, and headquartered in Agoura Hills, California, Brazilian Professionals, LLC is an exclusive distributor of Brazilian Blowout and Brazilian Bond Builder. The company manufactures and distributes its specialty haircare products globally to independent beauty distributors, salons and beauty supply companies.
“Tennessee’s low cost of doing business continues to attract companies like Brazilian Professionals to the Volunteer State. We are proud to be the new home of Brazilian Professionals and believe Maury County’s central location will serve this company well as it establishes its main U.S. distribution site in Mt. Pleasant,” noted TNECD Commissioner Stuart McWhorter.
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