Just like Edelbrock another business moving out of high-tax, high-corruption California.
NHRA’s headquarters in the Los Angeles suburb of Glendora, Calif., is listed for sale through Colliers International real estate corporation, and they are moving most personnel to Indianapolis, IN.
NHRA has determined it doesn’t need all 28,335 square feet of office and warehouse space on the 1.65-acre campus in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains.
Jeffrey Young, NHRA’s vice-president of marketing and communications, confirmed to AutoWeek that the sanctioning body will split its operations between Glendora and Indianapolis. Some personnel have already relocated to the Indianapolis area.
“We are not planning to move the entire headquarters to Indianapolis,” Young said, but of course they eventually will move it all. “We are re-evaluating our office space needs, based on what we have learned through the pandemic. We will still maintain a headquarters in Glendora as well as our current office space in Indianapolis.”