April 1, 2019 – We’ve moved!
Teeter aims to create a workplace with a healthy corporate culture and work-life balance for all of our employees. The new headquarters in Bonney Lake, WA was designed to reflect that goal. Our new home sits amid a country landscape and boasts stunning views of Mount Rainier and the Cascade Range. When Phase 2 development is complete, team members and their families will be able to enjoy a full-size gym, a two-lane bowling alley and a full-size basketball and tennis court. We have a passion for the highest quality products, a deep respect for our customers and love making a difference in people’s lives with the products we make. If you share our values and passion – we’d love for you to join our team!
January 8, 2019 – An informal ribbon cutting ceremony was held with Teeter employees, family members and representatives from companies crucial in the construction of our new HQ in attendance. The Grand Opening celebration will happen in June.
October 29, 2018 – Teeter’s new headquarters in Bonney Lake, WA is starting to take shape.
January 15th, 2018 – Construction is moving along on Teeter’s new headquarters in Bonney Lake, WA, with the first concrete footings being poured today.
August 11th, 2017 – Teeter celebrated the groundbreaking of the new building together with friends, family and members of Hebert Construction.
August 8th, 2017 – Teeter announced plans to build a new corporate facility in Bonney Lake, WA, with a projected move date for its 55+ employees by March 2018 [later changed to April 2019]. Rylie Teeter-Leier, CEO and co-owner of Teeter, says that her goal is to create a workplace that influences a healthy corporate culture. “Our core mission is to help people feel better, move better and live better. I want our corporate offices to reflect that – to be a comfortable second home for our employees that promotes a happy and balanced life.” The 203,000 sq. ft facility will feature a full-size gym, a two-lane bowling alley and a full-size tennis court for employee and family use. Chris Leier, co-owner of Teeter, says that the move will not only support company growth, but benefit the Bonney Lake community.
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