Polar Bottle® Moves to New Facility
Larger building consolidates growing company under one roof
Boulder, CO—Product Architects, Inc., maker of the Polar Bottle®, has moved to a new location, just down the road from its original headquarters in Boulder, Colorado. The company’s new facility is twice the size of the old space and consolidates all Polar Bottle operations under one roof.
Over the past several years, Product Architects has experienced significant growth, tripling its staff and expanding into a neighboring building. The move provides the company with a more functional space that includes centralized offices as well as more efficient manufacturing, storage and shipping operations.
Established in 1994, Product Architects invented the first insulated sports water bottle. Earlier this year the company added to its product line with the Half Twist™ bottle by Polar Bottle, a lifestyle-oriented bottle with a special leak- and spill-proof cap.
Product Architects had been operating out of the same location for 15 years.
“This has been a very exciting period for us,” said Judy Amabile, president of Product Architects. “It’s great to have a new facility that reflects our growth and status as a company, accommodates our business operations better, and allows us to remain in beautiful Boulder, Colorado. And we’re still right next to a bike path, which is important to us and our employees,” said Amabile.
Product Architects assembles and ships all of its bottles from the Boulder location. All versions of the Polar Bottle are BPA- and Phthalate-free and are backed by the company’s total satisfaction guarantee.
Product Architects new address is 5637 Arapahoe Avenue, Boulder, Colorado, 80303. Visit the website and online store at www.polarbottle.com.
About Product Architects, Inc.
Product Architects, Inc.—a woman-owned company headquartered in Boulder, Colorado—invented Polar Bottle, a leading brand of insulated sports water bottles. Avid cyclists Robert Heiberger and Judy Amabile founded the company in 1994 out of a desire to create a bottle that would keep liquids cool. Combining Robert’s mechanical engineering background and Judy’s business acumen, the duo created the Polar Bottle, which is now sold in more than 30 countries. The company recently expanded its offerings with a line of stainless steel and plastic bottles that feature a revolutionary lid technology called the Half Twist cap. The Polar Bottle is BPA- and Phthalate-free. For more information, visit www.polarbottle.com.
Source: Avery Stonich