Thinkgeek.com was established in 1999, and initially situated in downtown McLean, Virginia. The organization was established by Jen Frazier, Jon Sime, Scott Smith, and Willie Vadnais, every one of whom were running a little Internet startup (ISP) at the time, with ThinkGeek at first beginning as a side venture. The site's legitimate dispatch date was August 13, 1999. Andover.net, a Boston range innovation news distributer, obtained ThinkGeek in October 1999. Just a couple of months after the fact Andover.net was obtained by VA Linux, a California-based tech organization that had practical experience in Linux equipment and programming items. VA Linux, after a few name changes, got to be Geeknet, the present parent organization of ThinkGeek.
In August 2000, the organization moved its workplaces to Fairfax, Virginia where it has been based from that point onward. ThinkGeek became consistently and expanded the quantity of representatives from six in 2004 up to 83 in 2013. Organization incomes likewise expanded amid this day and age, achieving $118.9 million in 2012.
ThinkGeek is right now positioned as one of the top online retailers, posting as 175 on the Internet Retailer Top 500 List. The organization made $50 million in deals in 2009.
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