Crazy Aaron’s finds a home in Norristown

Crazy Aaron’s hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony last year to celebrate the official opening of the company’s new worldwide headquarters in Norristown. (Image courtesy Crazy Aaron's)

Crazy Aaron’s hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony last week to celebrate the official opening of the company’s new worldwide headquarters in Norristown, Pennsylvania.

The new headquarters are located in the former Gretz Beer company headquarters, which was once home to Rambo and Regar Globe Knitting Mills.

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“There are so many reasons we came to Norristown—the history, the infrastructure, and the burgeoning local economy being just a few,” said Aaron Muderick, President and CEO. “We are a fun, passionate and visionary company with a strong sense of community and a lot of heart. We wanted a location that matched those values and we found that here in Norristown. We’ll be working closely with our neighbors and elected officials to help this borough become the best it can be.”

The event was held at 700 East Main Street headquarters and included food trucks, carnival games, and speeches from local and state representatives.

“We are ecstatic that Crazy Aaron’s is here. This is a company with creative and cutting-edge leadership; one that shares our vision not only for a strong and growing economy, but also for a vibrant and thriving community,” said Jayne Musonye, Director of Planning and Municipal Development. “We believe that Crazy Aaron’s is going to help pave the way for a new era of conscientious businesses in Norristown, and we’re looking forward to a long and prosperous relationship.”

Celebrating 20 years in business next year, Crazy Aaron’s makes and manufactures Thinking
Putty—a silicone-based bouncing putty that’s loved by children and adults throughout the world.
Thinking Putty is proudly made in the USA with the help of exceptional individuals challenged
with intellectual, physical, and other disabilities. Visit to learn more.

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