Scrub Daddy Inc. has its roots in Delaware County but now needs to move to a South Jersey office and warehouse as it continues to grow, writes Jacob Adelman for The Philadelphia Inquirer.
The cleaning-products company, maker of smiley-faced scouring pads and featured on ABC’s Shark Tank, will set up headquarters in Pennsauken.
The company paid $10.7 million in February for the 116,000-square-foot property.
Scrub Daddy now works out of three buildings, two owned and recently sold by the company.
Scrub Daddy president and chief executive Aaron Krause needed a place that could put its 65 employees safely under one roof.
Renovations to the new digs include camera-ready studios for QVC appearances and online videos and a Scrub Daddy store for consumers.
Scrub Daddy’s retail sales total $332 million since its debut on Shark Tank in 2012.
Products now include Scrub Daddy sponges in different colors, a dual-side Scrub Mommy sponge, and a Scrub Daddy cleaning pad. Annual revenue has been increasing 30 percent a year.
Read more in The Philadelphia Inquirer about Scrub Daddy’s relocation.