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By Audrey Jensen | Phoenix Business Journal
Near the end of the first year of the Covid-19 pandemic, one Washington-based company decided it was time to search for a new facility to houseits global distribution operations.
The company, Everett, Washington-based Funko Inc., was no exception to the adverse impacts of the pandemic and supply chain strains, which resulted in delays and difficulties sourcing product and financial struggles for the toymaker. But Funko continued to grow due to e-commerce demand that boomed in the wake of the pandemic.