Operations

New England Company Acquires Nearby Competitor

Posted on September 22, 2015
Operator Michael Campbell, the youngest NLA board director, is growing his New England-based operations.

Operator Michael Campbell, the youngest NLA board director, is growing his New England-based operations.

Operator Michael Campbell, the youngest NLA board director, is growing his New England-based operations.
Operator Michael Campbell, the youngest NLA board director, is growing his New England-based operations.
MANCHESTER, N.H. — Grace Limousine, which has gone on a limo company buying binge in recent years, has purchased Capital City Limousine, a Concord-area company.

Founded in 2007, Capital City has nearly $500,000 in annual revenue, according to a news release Sept. 21. Capital City’s key chauffeur and office staff will join Grace, owned by Michael Campbell who serves as a board director of the National Limousine Association. Company founder Joe Seluk will stay on with Grace as a consultant. 

Manchester Union-Leader article here

LCT background articles:

Grace Limousine Widens New England Reach

Grace Limousine Buys Close Affiliate

Michael Campbell Named LCT Entrepreneur Of The Year

Related Topics: business deals, business growth, mergers & acquisitions, Michael Campbell, New England operators, New Hampshire operators

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