GameFly Opens Austin Distribution Center

Video game rent-by-mail company GameFly has just announced the opening of a brand new distribution center in Austin Texas. The new center will handle mailing games in little orange envelopes to subscribers across Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Louisiana, and New Mexico. This is the third new center opened in the past 13 months, along with the Pittsburgh, PA and Tampa, FL locations.

"The Austin-area distribution center is strategically placed to provide the quickest shipping times to a large number of members across multiple states," said Jeff Kawasugi, vice president of logistics for GameFly. "In addition, we are extremely pleased to join the Austin business community and look forward to a mutually beneficial and long-term relationship."

Now all they need is a center in Seattle and they're golden. Sorry Hawaii and Alaska, but you knew what you were getting into in the first place.

GameFly Opens Latest Distribution Center in the Austin Area

New Distribution Center Provides Enhanced Delivery for Members in Seven States

LOS ANGELES—(BUSINESS WIRE)—GameFly, the leading online video game rental service, today announced the official opening of its latest distribution center located in the Austin area. The warehouse represents the third distribution center to open within the last 13 months and enables GameFly to deliver games more quickly to its members.

This distribution center further reinforces GameFly's strong foothold in the online video game rental industry by confirming the growth of the company and gaming industry. Initially, the warehouse will service Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kansas and New Mexico. Additional Midwest states may be added in the future.

"The Austin-area distribution center is strategically placed to provide the quickest shipping times to a large number of members across multiple states," said Jeff Kawasugi, vice president of logistics for GameFly. "In addition, we are extremely pleased to join the Austin business community and look forward to a mutually beneficial and long-term relationship."

"We always strive to enhance the gaming experience for our community, whether it's creating new applications, incorporating unique features or simply just providing a better service," said Dave Hodess, CEO of GameFly. "We are thrilled so many gamers have found that GameFly makes videogaming an even better experience and expect the new distribution center will be a great benefit to our members in and around Texas."