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CampusBookRentals moves corporated HQ from Ogden to Salt Lake City
CampusBookRentals recently opened its corporate headquarters from Ogden to Salt Lake City.
Founded and based in Ogden in August 2007, the online textbook rental service moved Nov. 6 to a 5,600-square-foot space in the Salt Lake Hardware building at 400 W. 155 North.
"We are thrilled to expand our operation into Salt Lake City," said Alan Martin, CEO and founder of CampusBookRentals, in a news release. "As we continue to grow and evolve as a business, it is a natural progression to establish our footprint in the Salt Lake region."
The company will keep its 57,000-square-foot warehouse in Ogden.