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RevZilla: motorcycle gear retailer to open brick and mortar store in Navy Yard

RevZilla is growing up. The motorcycle gear retailer and ecommerce startup is leaving its 35,000-square-foot South Philly headquarters for a 50,000-square-foot space in the Navy Yard, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported. The team will have a brick and mortar store that will be open on Saturdays, the Inquirer reported. Here are some numbers on the state […]

Photo credit: Tom Gralish for the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Photo credit: Tom Gralish for the Philadelphia Inquirer.

The RevZilla team (left-right): Nick Auger, Matt Kull and Anthony Bucci. Photo credit: Tom Gralish for the Philadelphia Inquirer.

RevZilla is growing up.

The motorcycle gear retailer and ecommerce startup is leaving its 35,000-square-foot South Philly headquarters for a 50,000-square-foot space in the Navy Yard, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported. The team will have a brick and mortar store that will be open on Saturdays, the Inquirer reported.

Here are some numbers on the state of the company, which has 50 employees and part of a growing local ecommerce community, as reported by the Inquirer:

Though unwilling to be more specific, [cofounder Anthony] Bucci said RevZilla.com’s revenue was “mid-eight figures.”  […]

“We work with 50 vendors, each with between one and 10 warehouses, each running a different system for order-processing and inventory,” he said. […]

Bucci said annual revenue growth had been “well north of 50 percent and sometimes in triple digits.”

Read the whole article here. Find our previous coverage of RevZilla here.

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