For the first time in the history of Roush Performance, the company will have its own dedicated headquarters as the company moves into a new building in Plymouth Township.

This 65,000 square-foot structure will be known as Building 79 in company nomenclature; each Roush building is assigned a sequential number as they are added to the corporate footprint.

“Moving into Roush Building 79 is an exciting step in the evolution of Roush Performance as our business continues to grow and thrive,” said Gary Jurick, Roush Performance vice-president and general manager. “It allows us to consolidate our vehicle build, warehousing, and offices together in a manner that gains workflow efficiencies and helps to further set the company up for additional growth opportunities.”

Effective immediately, the new address is Roush Performance, 39555 Schoolcraft Road,
Plymouth Township, MI 48170.

The toll-free customer service and warranty line remains (800) 59-ROUSH, as does the central fax number of (734) 466-6940. All direct lines to individual employees are unchanged as well.

The new building allows Roush to further expand its growing Install Center for customer-owned vehicle modifications. Any of the Roush Performance parts, such as a Roushcharger, suspension, brake, and exhaust upgrades can be installed by the trained technicians who are involved in the Roush specialty vehicle builds.

Since being established in 1995, Roush Performance has built more than 18,000 specialty vehicles. Today, their lineup of upfitted ROUSH Ford Mustangs challenge the notion that a high-performance sports car needs to come from Europe as the 525-horsepower and more than 1G skid pad rating are superior to many of today’s exotic supercars.

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Comments (4)
  1. Ian says:

    I will be out there today. I can’t wait to see it!!

  2. Pete Wanger says:

    Does Matt Roush have an interest in Roush Performance such that this article is a conflict of interest?

    1. Matt Roush says:

      I usually put a paragraph into articles about Roush Inc. that I am no relation to Jack and his family. (Or not close enough to matter; for all I know we may be distantly related, but if so, it’s really really distant.) So no, no conflict of interest.

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