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BIRMINGHAM, Alabama – Graham & Co. recently completed deals worth more than $5 million, including a 263,240-square-foot industrial deal for PRADCO Outdoor Brands, an EBSCO Industries Co.
Graham’s Sonny Culp represented the landlord in leasing 263,240 square feet at 3280 Shelby Commerce Park to PRADCO Outdoor Brands. PRADCO will use the facility as the centralized distribution center for its products, including 21 brands under PRADCO Fishing, Moultrie cameras and feeders, Summit Treestands, Knight & Hale game calls, Code Blue scents and attractants, and Wingscapes cameras and bird feeders.
“This is going to bring tremendous value and benefits to our customers,” Ron Ten Berge. PRADCO president, said in a release. “The opening of this state-of-the-art distribution center means one order, one shipment, one invoice for all our branded products to retailers worldwide.”
Ten Berge said manufacturing and operations will continue at two key locations – Decatur for Summit and Knight & Hale and Fort Smith, Ark. for PRADCO Fishing.
Establishing a Birmingham corporate office is also part of the new expansion, Ten Berge said.
“The senior leadership team will be joined by brand managers, marketing managers and support staff,” Ten Berge said. “We are excited about the opportunity not only to consolidate our management team, but also the ability to communicate and collaborate at a high level.”
More Graham & Co. deals:
Culp also handled V.P. Logistics’ 34,800-square-foot lease renewal at 260 Lyon Lane. Culp also teamed with Graham’s Jordan Tubb to represent the seller of the former 37,624-square-foot Booksmart facility at 105 25th St. South. JH Berry & Gilbert represented the purchaser.
Tubb also represented the seller of an 8,530 square foot industrial building at 2780 Pinson Valley Parkway. Engel Realty Co. represented the purchaser.
Graham’s Jack Brown represented the buyer of a 76,000-square-foot warehouse with shop and office space on five acres at 575 37th St. North. Red Rock Realty Group represented the seller. Brown also represented the seller of a 53,000-square-foot building at 160 Cleage Drive to Royal Cup, which was represented by EGS Commercial Real Estate.
Graham’s Ogden Deaton represented Irondale Distribution Center in leasing 18,000 square feet of industrial space to Vulcan Industries, which was represented by Tortorigi Properties.
Deaton also represented the landlord of 280 Lyon Lane in leasing 7,540 square feet to Red Mountain Greenway and Recreation Area Commission, which was represented by Red Rock Realty Group Inc.
Deaton also represented the Distribution Center in Irondale in leasing 7,575 square feet of warehouse space to Hardy Corp., which was represented by Chase Commercial. Deaton also represented the Distribution Center in leasing 11,250 square feet to Grimco, represented by NAI Global Corporate Solutions.
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