WINDSOR, CO (BRAIN)—Jett is trading its old digs in downtown Fort Collins, Colorado, for a new 3,000-square-foot office and warehouse space just down the road in Windsor. The company supplies Jett mountain bike apparel and Declare custom apparel.
“It sure improved morale to move into a shiny new building. But the rent is also cheaper and it’s an easier space to work in,” said John Bradley, Jett’s national sales manager.
Josh Kellogg started Jett Development Group in 2004, and the company now has five employees including Kellogg. In addition to the move, the company is looking to expand its sales rep force. So far Jett has Alex Clark covering the Rockies region, and part-time coverage of Minnesota and Wisconsin, but everywhere else is open.
“Sales out of our web store are up 200 percent over last year, and what’s apparent from those customers is that there is a lot of demand in the East and South; we are not just a Rocky Mountain company,” Bradley said.
Jett counts 58 dealers in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming, but only 15 dealers in the rest of the country. Jett clothing also is distributed in Japan, Singapore, Germany, Canada, France, Israel and New Zealand.
Jett Development Group’s new address is 609 Technology Circle Suite D, Windsor, CO 80550. Bradley can be reached via email at email@example.com or phone at (970) 226-6793, ext. 204.