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April 23, 2018 1 min read

Here We Grow Again

We are thrilled to announce the completion of our front office renovations!

In September of 2014, MISSION began in a small garage in Minnetonka, MN with two guys determined to breath new life into boating accessories.  

Today, three years after starting in our garage, we've now built a shiny new office connected to our warehouse space. Our new digs give us some much-needed natural daylight, allow us to serve our customers better and continue to innovate in new product categories.

We are extremely grateful for your belief in our mission and products, and we understand that our customers make us who we are. Thank you for your continued support!

Check out the Photo Tour of our sweet new space!


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