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Title: Menswear Firm Paul Fredrick Moving Headquarters to Baltimore County

Relocation from Pennsylvania brings 70 new jobs

Paul Fredrick, an online provider of classic menswear, is moving its corporate headquarters to Baltimore County from Pennsylvania and expects to add 70 new jobs over the next five years. The company plans to lease up to 10,000 square-feet of space in Baltimore County and make the move later this year. Led by former Jos. A. Bank senior executives, Paul Fredrick is also exploring the addition of retail stores in the region.

“Paul Fredrick’s decision to move its headquarters from Pennsylvania to Baltimore County shows confidence in our business community and the pipeline of exceptional talent our colleges and universities provide the companies doing business here,” said Baltimore County Executive Don Mohler. “These 70 high-level executive, merchandising and marketing positions are the types of jobs that keep our vibrant economy moving forward.”

“We’re excited to help Paul Fredrick hire for these creative career positions,” said Will Anderson, director of the Department of Economic and Workforce Development. “Our Baltimore County Job Connector team will be providing recruitment and interview space and employee training as Paul Fredrick finalizes its workforce needs.”

Founded in 1986, Paul Fredrick originally specialized in men’s dress shirts, and over the years has grown its collection to include sport coats, pants, ties and other men’s accessories. The company named CEO Neal Black and CFO David Ullman – both former senior officials at Jos. A. Bank – to its executive team earlier this year.

The company’s majority owner is ClearLight Partners, a private equity firm based in Newport Beach, California.

Paul Fredrick’s new jobs in Baltimore County come as Fortune 500 company Stanley Black & Decker recently announced 400 new jobs coming to Greenleigh at Crossroads in White Marsh-Middle River. Bank of America is adding 1,500 new jobs in Hunt Valley. FedEx Ground, Under Armour, Pasha Automotive and a new 1,000-job Amazon fulfillment center are meeting the jobs potential of the redevelopment of Sparrows Point at Tradepoint Atlantic.

Revised October 16, 2020               
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