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Mayor Eric Garcetti and Councilman Mitch O’Farrell, 13th District, joined executives from Fender Musical Instrument Corporation on Sept. 22 for a ribbon cutting at Fender’s new facility in Hollywood.
Fender moved into a space at 1525 N. Gower St. in the Columbia Square complex. The facility houses offices and will serve as a design center for the musical instrument manufacturer.
Garcetti and O’Farrell praised Fender for relocating in Hollywood and bringing more jobs to the area. Ninety-six employees will work in the building, with an additional 50 positions expected to be created by the end of the year. Fender will maintain its manufacturing facility in Corona. Pictured are Richard McDonald (left), executive vice president of Fender; O’Farrell; Garcetti; Andy Mooney, CEO of Fender; and David Simon, executive vice president of Kilroy Realty, which owns Columbia Square.
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