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Anything Possible Brands is now operating in northeast Springfield.
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Anything Possible Brands is now operating in northeast Springfield.

Fishing gear company moves to Springfield

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Last edited 11:34 a.m., May 8, 2020

Fishing gear company Anything Possible LLC relocated to Springfield after its former space in Ozark was sold.

The lure and fishing pole manufacturer and retailer is leasing roughly 59,000 square feet at 1851 and 1915 E. Florida St. from building owner Rebcol Corp., said Wilhoit Properties Inc. agent Ken Schwab, who brokered the deal for Anything Possible. R.B. Murray Co. represented the landlord, said CEO Ryan Murray.

"We service mass merchant, big box and dealer markets with e-commerce being extremely strong during the current virus issues," Anything Possible Chief Operating Officer John Morlan said via email.

Morlan said the company, which does business as Anything Possible Brands, relocated to Springfield on March 23. He said the company has 11 employees, with plans to expand to 16 and hire additional temporary workers.

Schwab said Anything Possible occupied the 1851 E. Florida St. building and plans to expand into an adjacent facility by June 1. Lease terms were undisclosed.

Schwab also served as broker for the sale of Anything Possible's former home to Ozark School District. The district is converting the building – which also housed other tenants – into a second high school as part of its long-range plan. Previous tenants at the 1600 W. Jackson St. building in Ozark include Fasco, Simclar Interconnect Technologies Inc. and Concurrent Manufacturing Solutions LLC.

Morlan said Anything Possible Brands was founded in 2012 by Ralph Duda III. Its current partners include former and current NBA basketball players Brad Miller and Anthony Tolliver. The company retails a line of youth fishing kits called Kid Casters, as well as lures, reels and other products.


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