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By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | September 24, 2012
Under Armour executive J. Scott Plank has left the Baltimore-based sports apparel company founded by his brother Kevin Plank, the company said Monday. Scott Plank's Sept. 7 retirement was first reported Friday by the Baltimore Business Journal. Plank, who served as Under Armour's executive vice president for business development, is starting War Horse LLC to focus on real estate development and community-based philanthropy, Diane Pelkey, an Under Armour spokeswoman, said in an email.
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June 30, 2014
The National Aquarium will expand its sustainable seafood efforts with a new endowed program, it announced on Monday. The National Aquarium Sustainable Seafood Program will include enhanced education programs for consumers about sustainable seafood options and will work to expand those options by creating new partnerships between local fishermen and local restaurants, according to the aquarium. Start-up funding for the new program was provided by a gift from the Dana DiCarlo and Scott Plank Family Foundation and their urban development company, War Horse.
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By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun | September 15, 2011
Under Armour is hoping to double the size of its Baltimore headquarters to accommodate additional employees, a retail store and a company museum. The sports apparel company wants to build an additional 400,000 square feet at Tide Point, an office complex in the Locust Point neighborhood that the firm, which had rented there for years, bought earlier this year. The company envisions a 20,000-square-foot store opening in 2013, with offices and the museum to follow. Underground and surface parking are also planned.
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By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | September 24, 2012
Under Armour executive J. Scott Plank has left the Baltimore-based sports apparel company founded by his brother Kevin Plank, the company said Monday. Scott Plank's Sept. 7 retirement was first reported Friday by the Baltimore Business Journal. Plank, who served as Under Armour's executive vice president for business development, is starting War Horse LLC to focus on real estate development and community-based philanthropy, Diane Pelkey, an Under Armour spokeswoman, said in an email.
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By Andrea K. Walker, The Baltimore Sun | December 7, 2010
The brother of Under Armour founder Kevin Plank will sell 400,000 Class A shares in a pre-arranged trading plan. J. Scott Plank, who is also executive vice president at Under Armour, entered into the agreement Nov. 30, but the company disclosed it in a regulatory filing this week. Plank will sell up to 375,000 shares of his personal stock and 25,000 shares of the stock for his charitable foundation. He owns 2.5 million total shares and will own about 4.3 percent of the all the company shares once the sale is complete.
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By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | March 15, 2012
The Baltimore City Council's Land Use and Transportation Committee approved a bill Wednesday that would enable sports apparel maker Under Armour to double the size of its Locust Point headquarters, hire hundreds more workers and help retain the city's last major corporate headquarters. Under Armour, which has grown in more than a decade into a $1 billion global sports apparel brand, plans to build a large new office tower and the city's first Under Armour store. It also plans to expand other buildings on the Tide Point waterfront campus in Locust Point, a converted Procter & Gamble factory.
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By Andrea K. Walker, The Baltimore Sun | January 27, 2011
Under Armour is to announce today that it will buy the Tide Point waterfront office complex in Locust Point to serve as a corporate campus, cementing the international sports apparel company's home in Baltimore. The company now occupies nearly half of the 400,000-square-foot Tide Point complex, but for several years it has been on the hunt for a campus, a feature boasted by rival Nike and other sports companies. Under Armour's search has sent executives across the country to study campuses maintained by firms such as Quicksilver, PacSun, Google and Intuit.
NEWS
June 30, 2014
The National Aquarium will expand its sustainable seafood efforts with a new endowed program, it announced on Monday. The National Aquarium Sustainable Seafood Program will include enhanced education programs for consumers about sustainable seafood options and will work to expand those options by creating new partnerships between local fishermen and local restaurants, according to the aquarium. Start-up funding for the new program was provided by a gift from the Dana DiCarlo and Scott Plank Family Foundation and their urban development company, War Horse.
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September 19, 2011
Congratulations to J. Scott Plank for the success he has had with his Under Armour clothing line ("Under Armour plans to double size of headquarters," Sept. 16). I was impressed to read that he employs 5,000 people worldwide. My only comment is that my Under Armour shirt was manufactured in Peru. I wish it was made in Charm City. Sue Steele
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By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | October 14, 2011
On a sunny fall day in Locust Point, neighborhood residents are out in force. Toddlers frolic in Latrobe Park's playground as tennis players trade volleys on a nearby court. Joggers thread through narrow streets lined with Formstone facades and renovated rowhouses with rooftop decks, while bicyclists pedal along the waterfront promenade outside Under Armour's Tide Point office complex. Under Armour may be a $1 billion company that sells its sports apparel around the world, but home is Locust Point, be it ever so humble.
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By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | March 15, 2012
The Baltimore City Council's Land Use and Transportation Committee approved a bill Wednesday that would enable sports apparel maker Under Armour to double the size of its Locust Point headquarters, hire hundreds more workers and help retain the city's last major corporate headquarters. Under Armour, which has grown in more than a decade into a $1 billion global sports apparel brand, plans to build a large new office tower and the city's first Under Armour store. It also plans to expand other buildings on the Tide Point waterfront campus in Locust Point, a converted Procter & Gamble factory.
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By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun | September 15, 2011
Under Armour is hoping to double the size of its Baltimore headquarters to accommodate additional employees, a retail store and a company museum. The sports apparel company wants to build an additional 400,000 square feet at Tide Point, an office complex in the Locust Point neighborhood that the firm, which had rented there for years, bought earlier this year. The company envisions a 20,000-square-foot store opening in 2013, with offices and the museum to follow. Underground and surface parking are also planned.
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By Andrea K. Walker, The Baltimore Sun | January 27, 2011
Under Armour is to announce today that it will buy the Tide Point waterfront office complex in Locust Point to serve as a corporate campus, cementing the international sports apparel company's home in Baltimore. The company now occupies nearly half of the 400,000-square-foot Tide Point complex, but for several years it has been on the hunt for a campus, a feature boasted by rival Nike and other sports companies. Under Armour's search has sent executives across the country to study campuses maintained by firms such as Quicksilver, PacSun, Google and Intuit.
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By Andrea K. Walker, The Baltimore Sun | December 7, 2010
The brother of Under Armour founder Kevin Plank will sell 400,000 Class A shares in a pre-arranged trading plan. J. Scott Plank, who is also executive vice president at Under Armour, entered into the agreement Nov. 30, but the company disclosed it in a regulatory filing this week. Plank will sell up to 375,000 shares of his personal stock and 25,000 shares of the stock for his charitable foundation. He owns 2.5 million total shares and will own about 4.3 percent of the all the company shares once the sale is complete.
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By Andrea K. Walker and Andrea K. Walker , andrea.walker@baltsun.com | December 11, 2009
Sports apparel company Under Armour began this week expanding into new offices across the street from its headquarters at the Tide Point office complex in South Baltimore. With the addition of the new offices, Under Armour will now occupy five buildings at Tide Point, creating a 265,000-square-foot mini-campus. The headquarters was originally about 125,000 square feet. The company announced two years ago that it planned a $14.2 million renovation on the 7.2-acre property between Beason Street and Key Highway, the site of an old warehouse and freight company.
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By Andrea K. Walker | andrea.walker@baltsun.com | December 11, 2009
Sports apparel company Under Armour began this week expanding into new offices across the street from its headquarters at the Tide Point office complex in South Baltimore. With the addition of the new offices, Under Armour will now occupy five buildings at Tide Point, creating a 265,000-square-foot mini-campus. The headquarters was originally about 125,000 square feet. The company announced two years ago that it planned a $14.2 million renovation on the 7.2-acre property between Beason Street and Key Highway, the site of an old warehouse and freight company.
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