Where is Armadillo World Corporate office Headquarters

Armadillo World Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 6525 240th St SE, Woodinville, WA 98072, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 888-389-0500
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: awhqweb@gmail.com
  • Number of Employees: N/A
  • Established: 1970
  • Founder: Eddie Wilson, Jim Franklin, Mike Tolleson
  • Key People: Emmanuel ( Manny ) Cohen

Armadillo World Headquarters Location & Directions

Armadillo World Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Emmanuel ( Manny ) Cohen

CEO

About Armadillo World, History and Headquarters Information

History

Armadillo World was founded in the year 1970. The company was operational for almost ten years before the venue was closed down in the year 1980. The formation of the venue was behind the reason that there was not a proper rock music venue in the city of Austin, Texas, USA. In the year 1970, the Vulcan Gas Company was closed down, and therefore the city's nascent live music scene was left without any kind of incubator. During that time, Eddie Wilson wanted to continue the tradition of the Vulcan Gas Company and therefore had found an old and abandoned National Guard Armory. The name for the company was inspired by the armour-like roof on the top of the building, that looked like a hard shell. The name was first proposed to be International Headquarters but was decided to be World Headquarters.

The company's foundation was also assisted by Mike Tolleson, Jim Franklin, Bobby Hedderman and finally Hank Alrich. The funding for the company was provided by Dan Perskin and Mad Dog Incorporated. The Armadillo Hall held about 1,500 patrons, but since the number of chairs was limited, most of the patrons had to sit on the floor as well. The popularity of the company had easily caught on with the hippie culture because the admission was very much inexpensive. The hall also tolerated the use of Cannabis as well. Even though there was illegal drug use inside the building, it was never raided by the police department. The company's venue started to gain traction slowly into magazines such as the Rolling Stone. The place was very much known for its country as well as rock music as well. There were various artists that had taken part in their activities in the venue, such as Ray Charles, Commander Cody, Freddy Fender, Stevie Ray Vaughan, etcetera. AC/DC which was a famous Australian band during that time, made their first American debut at the Armadillo venue centre, in the year 1977. Even though the venue had gained a lot of traction, the company had struggled financially as well. In the year 1972, the Armadillo Beer Garden was established for the delivery of food service. During the year 1976, the company started to lay off members and filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy in the year 1977. Therefore, the property of the company was sold between $4 million and $8 million. The final concert was held in the venue, in the year 1980. The contents of the company were sold off in the year 1981, and the Armadillo venue was replaced by a high-rise office building. The headquarters of the company is based in 505 Barton Springs Road. The name of the place is Austin, while the name of the state is Texas, USA.

About

Armadillo World is an American company that was responsible for the establishment of the live music concert venue, known as the Armadillo World Headquarters. In the year 1976, the company was responsible for starting the Armadillo Christmas Bazaar, during the Christmas season. The Bazaar was made to improve the cash flow of the company. Currently, the Bazaar has been moved to the Palmer Events Centre, after the closure of the Armadillo venue, as of the year 2007.

Services

The primary services provided by the company include allowing artists and musicians to have a live concert music venue, for holding music events, which will also act like a nightclub as well. After the demolition of the Armadillo World Headquarters, a new 13-story office was established in its place.

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