Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) Acting Secretary Neil Weaver attended a ribbon cutting ceremony for Spot & Tango’s new facility in Allentown.
“Pennsylvania’s investment in this growing company is bringing good-paying, full-time manufacturing jobs to the region,” said Acting Secretary Weaver. “I’m thrilled to welcome Spot & Tango to the Lehigh Valley and help them cut the ribbon on this wonderful new facility.”
The company originally worked with the Governor’s Action Team (GAT) on the project to locate its new 66,700-square-foot facility in Upper Macungie Township. Spot & Tango received a funding proposal from DCED totaling $438,000 and committed to investing $20 million into the project and creating at least 96 new, full-time jobs over the next three years.
“We are absolutely thrilled to open up operations in Allentown,” said Russell Breuer, CEO of Spot & Tango. “Our new facility will not only bring nearly 100 new jobs to Lehigh County, but will also allow us to continue to scale our mission of providing the highest quality food to every dog. This expansion wouldn’t have been possible without the governor’s office, local leaders, and investors, and we look forward to continuing to build relationships with the Allentown community.”
Founded in 2018, Spot & Tango is a personalized pet health and wellness company that delivers products to 48 states in the United States.