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Sleepypod Moves to Larger Digs
Posted: Wednesday, August 25, 2010, 5:48 p.m., EDT

Sleepypod Moves to Larger DigsSleepypod, the manufacturer of Sleepypod pet carriers, reported that its corporate headquarters has moved to a larger facility in Pasadena, Calif. The new 900-square-foot facility is 33 percent larger than the previous corporate headquarters facility in Los Angeles, according to the company.

“This relocation is not only a necessary move in terms of increasing square footage, but it is also indicative of the direction in which the company is heading,” said Sleepypod co-owner Michael Leung.
One of the key features of the new facility, Leung said, is larger area for product design. The company’s team of designers will use the space to invent, innovate and scrutinize potential Sleepypod products, he said.

In addition, the new building houses a showroom as well as more office and conference space to accommodate an increase in staff. The company recently hired Miguel Chee to serve as business information manager in the IT and accounting department. <HOME>

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