Nogales Investors Acquires Insync Media; Will Merge with Graphic Press to Create Insync Marketing Solutions
Press release from the issuing company
Los Angeles, Calif. (October 2007) -- Nogales Investors, a Los Angeles-based private equity firm, announced an agreement to acquire Insync Media which it will merge with Graphic Press, already owned by Nogales Investors, to form Insync Marketing Solutions.
The newly combined company will become a national leader in high quality lithography and new media solutions, according to Randy Ginsberg, CEO of Graphic Press and CEO of the new company.
Insync Marketing Solutions is committed to working with its clients to develop marketing, advertising and communications solutions that will build brand awareness, increase customer loyalty, and increase sales. In addition to world class lithography, the Company will provide OOH products (outdoor advertising), POP (point-of-purchase), lithography, specialty packaging and pre-press services.
Harold I. Huttas will serve as President of Insync Marketing Solutions. "Our new company will have the capability to be more responsive to the current marketing requirements of our clients," Huttas said. "Clients today express their desire for help to improve brand value. By combining the resources of two firms, our new company is designed to respond even better to our clients' needs."
The company is a Corporate Plus member of the National Minority Supplier Development Council, an elite designation given to members for the excellence of their products and services. The company is also a certified member of the Forest Stewardship Council.
Nogales Investors is a private equity investment firm based in Los Angeles that manages capital for some of the largest institutional investors in the world. Luis Nogales, Managing Partner of Nogales Investors, said: "We are excited to continue to provide growth Capital to these combined companies to enhance their capability to grow by providing enhanced services and products to their clients."
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