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June 9, 2014 7:10 PM

Red Ventures opens Silicon Valley-inspired building with bowling alley, yoga studio

Red Ventures, the Fort Mill, S.C.-based marketing firm, on Monday showed off its latest addition: a 180,000-square-foot building complete with a bowling alley, beer garden, spin and yoga studios and a coffee bar. Red Ventures co-founder and CEO Ric Elias said the Silicon Valley-inspired architecture of the new building underscored the company’s goal “to compete with what the very best firms on the West Coast are doing.”

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