TAMPA, Fla. — Governor Rick Scott announced Wednesday that Ironman, the global endurance sports brand, is expanding its Tampa headquarters and creating new job opportunities.
“I am proud to announce that IRONMAN will be expanding their headquarters to create 70 new jobs in Tampa Bay," Gov. Scott said. "Our work to cut more than $10 billion in taxes since 2011 has helped encourage global businesses like IRONMAN to continue investing in our state, which means more opportunities are available for our families.”
The expansion is a collaboration between Ironman, Enterprise Florida, the Tampa Hillsborough Economic Development Corporation, Hillsborough County, the City of Tampa and the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, according to a news release from Scott's office.
The new positions will be in sales, marketing, human resources, operations, finance and information technology.
“Tampa’s pro-business environment, active lifestyle, and culture of innovation will make it easy for Ironman to attract the top international talent they need to keep growing,” Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn said.
Interested candidates should visit the IRONMAN job site for more information about the available positions.