RoMa Craft Tobac Opens New Headquarters

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As the RoMa Craft Tobac celebrates its fifth anniversary this year, the company has announced that it has moved into its new global headquarters in Austin, Texas.

The 4,000-square-foot facility will house the company’s warehouse and packing operations, as well as a lounge, exhibition humidor, craft beer bar and offices for co-owners Michael Rosales and Skip Martin, who told halfwheel that the new space represents a significant milestone in the plan the pair laid out when their CroMagnon line began shipping five years ago.

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“This year, we will reach our goal of manufacturing, importing, selling and distributing a little over one million cigars,” said Martin. “The working side of this new facility will enable us to more efficiently receive, store and distribute this volume. We also incorporated spaces that will enable us to showcase our brand. Our plan is to complete this side of the facility in time to host our annual CroMagnon Culture event in June 2016.”

While the facility isn’t open to walk-in visitors, Marin does invite all of the company’s retail partners to visit by appointment. He has also posted a number of pictures of the facility’s construction and finished areas to his Instagram account.

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