Quick Quack moves manufacturing to Roseville with dozens of jobs

Expanding in highly desirable city

Roseville, Calif.- Quick Quack, headquartered in Roseville, is the fourth largest car wash company in the nation. The organization recently moved its manufacturing to Roseville where the company will design and fabricate car wash components. This move brings more than 60 jobs to the city, including software and hardware engineering roles, with more jobs planned as the business continues to expand.

Matt Nichols, Chief Innovation Officer for Quick Quack shares how the City of Roseville helped the business grow. “After laying out our plans for an expedited move we got clear guidance on how to process an expedited approval of permits. We were able to work closely with city inspectors on each step of the process which was very helpful for our planning.”

“Quick Quack’s decision to expand in Roseville speaks to the city’s desirability.”

Melissa Anguiano, Roseville Economic Development Director

Placer County Manufacturing

Manufacturing has the highest multiplier effect of any economic sector. Every $1.00 spent in manufacturing adds another $2.74 to the economy, according to data from the National Association of Manufacturers. With continued growth in this sector, Roseville remains Placer County’s manufacturing hub.

“Quick Quack’s decision to expand in Roseville speaks to the city’s desirability. Companies continue to choose Roseville because of affordable and reliable utilities, qualified labor pool, and the predictability of permitting and building,” said Melissa Anguiano, City of Roseville Economic Development Director.

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