When your office houses a batting cage, an engineering laboratory and a state-of-the-art factory, you can engineer innovations your competitors only dream of. Ray DeMarini so strongly believed in the power of American ingenuity that he refused to sell to anyone who would move manufacturing overseas. Ray knew moving would stunt the speed of innovation that was at the heart of the company, which was a compromise he would never make.
From building bats in a dirt-floored barn to today’s 80,000 sq. ft. bat industrial complex, this home-field advantage is coded deep in DeMarini’s DNA.
Nowhere is it more evident than D-LAB.