Fox Factory has announced that it will be relocating its corporate headquarters from Scotts Valley, California, to its existing offices in Hall County, Georgia, by the end of 2018. In addition, FOX plans to relocate its aftermarket bike products distribution, sales, and service operations from Watsonville and Scotts Valley, California, to Reno, Nevada.
Dan S. Robbins, the Head of Corporate Marketing at FOX, clarified that the bike division will be largely unaffected as all the bike OEM sales, marketing, engineering, and development teams will remain in Scotts Valley.
While the CEO and the senior level executives will move to Georgia, the majority of the employees of the Powered Sports who currently work in Scotts Valley will also be remaining in Scotts Valley.
The company said that the new 23-acre site that they've agreed to purchase in Hall County, Georgia, will allow Fox to expand and diversify their manufacturing platform and provide additional long-term capacity to support growth in its Powered Vehicles Group.
You can find Fox Factory's press release here