ReRack, the nation’s leading environmentally focused buy, sell and trade car rack business, featuring Yakima and Thule racks, is showing the world that sustainability is a very viable business model whose time has come. Operating in new headquarters at 2240 NE Sandy Boulevard in Portland, Oregon, ReRack is experiencing its third year of incredible growth.
“We grew over three hundred percent our first year, one hundred percent our second and we are on track to reach over thirty five percent growth this year. Our business is founded on the concept of sustainability and keeping as small an ecological footprint as possible,” said CEO and owner Bo Grayzel.
From his article,“How Sustainability Survived the Great Recession,” Aron Kramer writes,“It's clear that sustainable business is not only here to stay, it will define the next wave of prosperity.”
ReRack is a clear example of a business defining the ‘next wave of prosperity’ and not falling victim to the Great Recession. Recently, the Portland Business Journal highlighted ReRack as one of a number of businesses bringing growth to an area targeted by local economic development officials.
Grayzel continued,“We are truly enjoying the amount of support our customers are providing and the continued word-of-mouth regarding our service. Sustainability is not our only model, excellent customer service is right there along with it.”
ReRack (rerackpdx.com) is located on the historic Timberline Triangle bounded by NE Sandy Boulevard, Glisan and NE 24th Avenue in Portland. To find more about ReRack, go to the website or stop by and take a look at what they have to offer.