Scrub Daddy Is Leaving Folcroft, Moving Warehouse, Offices to South Jersey

David Bjorkgren
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Artist's rendering of Scrub Daddy's new headquarters in Pennsauken after renovations.

Scrub Daddy Inc. has its roots in Delaware County but now needs to move to a South Jersey office and warehouse as it continues to grow, writes Jacob Adelman for The Philadelphia Inquirer.

The cleaning-products company, maker of smiley-faced scouring pads and featured on ABC’s Shark Tank, will set up headquarters at 1700 Suckle Highway in Pennsauken. 

The company paid $10.7 million in February for the 116,000-square-foot property.

The commercial real estate firm Newmark brokered the deal.

 Scrub Daddy now works out of three buildings, two owned and recently sold by the company.

Scrub Daddy president and chief executive Aaron Krause needed a place that could put its 65 employees safely under one roof.

Renovations to the new digs include camera-ready studios for QVC appearances and online videos and a Scrub Daddy store for consumers.

Scrub Daddy’s retail sales total $332 million since its debut on Shark Tank in 2012.

Products now include Scrub Daddy sponges in different colors, a dual-side Scrub Mommy sponge and a Scrub Daddy cleaning pad. Annual revenue has been increasing 30 percent a year.

Here’s a video by Scrub Daddy CEO Aaron Krouse highlighting the advantages of Scrub Daddy products.

Read more at The Philadelphia Inquirer about Scrub Daddy’s relocation to S. Jersey out of Delaware County.