So, our warehouse staff has to come in and out of the cold constantly, we provide warm clothing for them, but it's difficult to contend with the cold weather, so we'll be warehouse complete in one building," says Guerilla Graffix President John Smithline.
> Guerilla Graffix
moved into the old Hauser lumber site on Broadway two years ago, the company is growing, and owner John Smithline says around 15 jobs will be created with the expansion.
"We're about five years old.We're the number one printer in the country for Reebok
, and we probably do about 20,000 to 25,000 shirts a day for Nike
," says Smithline
says the company set-up shop in the mid-town area, because of the neighborhood's history, and character.
"If people would come in and start doing things with these buildings, resurrecting them We've gotten letters from people in the neighborhood that thanked us for coming in here.They think it looks great down here, and they're very pleased with everything going on," says Smithline