Baltimore-Based 180s Moves to Temporary Offices After Fire Damage
Baltimore-based 180s moves to temporary office after suffering fire damage in new headquarters at the E.J. Codd Building.
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BALTIMORE, Md. — 180s, a leading manufacturer of cold weather performance accessories, experienced fire damage last week in its new headquarters and will be operating from temporary offices until all repairs are completed within a few weeks. There were no injuries.
180s had moved into the historic E.J. Codd building September 27, 2010. A fire damaged the new space Tuesday morning, October 5 that reportedly originated in the adjacent kitchen of the Pazo Restaurant in the same building complex as 180s. Â
â€œThe most important thing is that there were no injuries, and it is business as usual while we operate from temporary headquarters,â€ said Jay Wilkins, chief operating officer of 180s. â€œThrough the hard work of our employees, our company was up and running by 4:30PM E.S.T., the same day with no interruptions of service.â€â€¨â€¨
About 180s LLC.:
180s LLC is a leading brand of innovative performance consumer products sold worldwide. Headquartered in Baltimore, 180s designs and markets award-winning accessories and apparel that PUSHâ„¢ the boundaries of innovation. Our passion is to create and deliver intelligent and stylish performance products that are exceptional on the mountains, city streets or while working out. www.180s.com.