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[December 04, 2012]

Boxman Studios Announces New Corporate Headquarters, Expects to Double Staff in 2013

CHARLOTTE, N.C., Dec. 4, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Boxman Studios, one of fastest growing small businesses in NC, headquartered in Charlotte, has announced that it has relocated. Boxman, the recognized leader in immersive branding via modified shipping containers, has moved to the Woodland Park section of North Charlotte.

After cutting up their first container in a field in 2008, Boxman moved from a 1,500 square foot space, to a 5,000 square foot space in 2010, to its most recent location in Northpark where they were in 37,000 square feet. The move to Woodland Park increases their footprint to 65,000 square feet, and is in line with their rapid growth.

"The move allows us to consolidate our corporate offices, manufacturing, design, logistics, and storage businesses," says Boxman CEO David Campbell. "The new space also helps us work more efficiently on projects to provide an even better finished product for our clients. Additionally, we'll now be able to work on up to 15 containers concurrently. And because the campus sits on nearly five acres, we now have the room to scale our business as we continue to grow and enter new sectors." Boxman, which has recently worked on intercontinental projects for brands such as Google, Lays, Samsung, and Ford, expects to double its staff in 2013.

Their new address is: 3601 Woodpark Blvd., Charlotte, NC 28206.

About Boxman Studios Founded in 2008, Boxman Studios handles the design, development and deployment of customized shipping containers, modifying them for a range of markets and applications throughout North America.

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