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Aimpoint Relocates US Corporate Headquarters To Manassas, Virginia

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Manassas, VA – April 18, 2016 – Aimpoint, the originator and worldwide leader in reflex sighting technology, and manufacturer of electronic fire control systems, has announced the relocation of its US headquarters to Manassas, Virginia.

Following more than ten years based in Chantilly, Virginia, continued growth of the company’s sales to the military, law enforcement, and commercial markets has created a need for additional space and capabilities.

“This move will allow Aimpoint to better meet the needs of our customers,” said Brian Lisankie, President of Aimpoint Inc. “This new, state of the art location provides a considerable increase in both office and warehouse space, and provides everything we need in order to implement improvements in order fulfillment and electronic commerce. Being located directly on the Route 66 corridor gives us quick and easy access to Washington DC, as well as Washington Dulles Airport, and is big enough to accommodate our growth requirements into the future.”

The company’s new address is: Aimpoint Inc, 7309 Gateway Court, Manassas, VA 20109. Aimpoint Inc is a wholly owned subsidiary of Aimpoint Holding Inc. For more information, please visit the company’s webpage at:

us.aimpoint.com

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7 Responses to “Aimpoint Relocates US Corporate Headquarters To Manassas, Virginia”

  1. Dairian says:

    That’s like a 12 mile move down 28. Slow day?

    • Ed says:

      Nice cynicism! Slow day for you too?

      • SSD says:

        And yet, they come back, day after day. Imagine what a world would be like without SSD.

        • Tacticooool says:

          Well at least he didn’t complain that another manufacture made a similar move and Aimpoint is just knocking them off.

      • Dairian says:

        It was a slow day, thanks for asking. I keep looking for a new Invisibility Cloak/Lightsaber/Super Cool-but-can’t-show-you-tech from Guy Cramer but I had to settle for this.

  2. Bulldog76 says:

    Hmmm I thought northerners called it bull run…. ok bad civil war joke is bad….

  3. Jeff S says:

    Surprised they didn’t pull and HK by moving just a little further west… LOL

    How many different NoVA locations did HK have before moving out of state? Tysons, Herndon, Chantilly, Sterling and then Ashburn? They forgot Leesburg!