WICHITA — Last fall, when Have You Heard? broke the news that Coleman Co. was moving its leadership team back to Colorado, president and CEO Robert Marcovitch didn’t characterize it as moving the company’s headquarters.
“Well, I think Coleman’s headquarters is in the United States of America if you ask me. I think on the global scale.”
That’s not how they’re taking it in Colorado.
Over the weekend, the Denver Post reported: “The Coleman Co., known for its array of camping products, will mark the opening of its global headquarters in Golden on Monday, about 15 years after it left the city for Wichita.”
Marcovitch initially wouldn’t say where in the Denver metropolitan area the company would locate, but speculation was it would be returning to its former headquarters in Golden.
The Post reports that’s the case.
“The company is moving back into the same $4.5 million custom-built, log-cabin-style headquarters it built in 1996.”
The paper says Coleman is announcing changes to its headquarters today.