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Swim wear company coming to West Chester, creating 75 jobs

WEST CHESTER, OH (FOX19) -

A swim wear company has announced plans to occupy 390,000 square feet of a distribution facility in West Chester and create 75 jobs.

SwimOutlet.com will move into a facility in the Port Union Commerce Park.

SwimOutlet.com is the largest online specialty shop for swimming, water polo, fashion, beach and surf products in the U.S. The company, headquartered in San Jose, California, is relocating its fulfillment center from California to West Chester. This will be the company's only fulfillment center. 

"West Chester strives to provide an environment where business can prosper and grow," said Township Administrator Judi Boyko. "We continue to welcome new business investment in order to support a sustainable community for our residents and stakeholders."

SwimOutlet.com hopes to open by mid-September with 75 associates.

The company will host a 2-day hiring event in August – on August 22 and 23 at the Residence Inn by Marriott. Positions include: warehouse associates (pick/pack/receiving/returns), warehouse leads & supervisors, office/administrative, IT office manager, analyst, etc. 

The distribution facility on Port Union Road offers a total of 546,000 square feet and has been vacant for about three years.

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