A three-year-old athletic wear company has purchased property in Trinity and plans to open a 100,000-square-foot headquarters there, according to a news release from the Pasco Economic Development Council Inc.
The company intends to invest $15 million in the facility and plans to hire 30 new employees this year, the Pasco EDC release adds.
The company’s name is NVGTN — which is pronounced navigation.
The online athletic wear company was started by husband and wife, Brett and Ashleigh Schneggenburger, in their studio apartment.
The company recently purchased property in the Trinity Corporate Center, where it plans to locate its customer service and fulfillment operations.
Brett is a United States Air Force veteran and served as an aircraft engine technician for five years.
“Brett and Ashleigh have an ambitious entrepreneurial spirit. They have turned their small at-home start-up into a very successful company in such a short time, and that is something we embrace and are thrilled to welcome to Pasco County,” Bill Cronin, Pasco EDC president/CEO, said in the release. “I look forward to building our relationship with NVGTN and to continue to see them grow and flourish.”
The company produces affordable yet trendy and form-flattering athletic wear that’s suitable for everyone, the release says.
It uses social media to market new collections and has developed a global customer base in over 170 countries, according to the Pasco EDC news release.
NVGTN launches new lines every two to three months, and during new product launches, they can have an influx of over 50,000 orders.
To find out more, visit NVGTN.com.
Published February 16, 2022