Ohio is the home of the Goodmans Manufacturing Co., which opened in Cleveland in 1899.
That company has been around since 1914 and makes everything from car seats to televisions.
Now, it’s looking for a new home.
Its brand has grown, but its brand identity is struggling.
Vice News reports that the Cleveland-based company’s headquarters is in a strip mall in Ohio City.
The brand name Goodman is the most prominent part of its business, but the company’s corporate website also boasts about the good jobs it produces.
The logo is designed to represent “good life” in the Midwest.
The company says the new logo is the “first and only time Goodmans is moving the company from its headquarters in Cleveland, Ohio, to Cleveland,” Vice reports.
A spokesperson for Goodmans, which says it is “a family owned and operated business,” told Vice that “Goodmans has been using the Good Mans logo for more than 60 years.”
The company also owns the Goodham Company, which makes handbags.
The Goodmans brand was once synonymous with the Midwest, but now, it is facing an uncertain future.
The Ohio Supreme Court has ordered the company to remove the Goodam logo from its business website, and it has said it will seek to have the decision overturned.
The Supreme Court’s decision came after the state’s largest Ohio employer, United Steelworkers Local 2000, filed a lawsuit against the company, alleging that it discriminated against women and racial minorities.
The case is being heard in federal court in Cincinnati.
In a statement, Goodmans said that it has “considered its options” and will “continue to explore all options” to remove its Goodam brand from the website.