Silverwood Partners Advises Maine Cottage Furniture in Sale of Business to Russell &MackennaSherborn, MA – April 2011
Silverwood Partners, LLC recently announced that Maine Cottage Furniture has been acquired by Russell &Mackenna, Inc. Under Russell &Mackenna, Maine Cottage, widely regarded in the furniture industry for coining the term “cottage style,” will have its website re-launched and will re-introduce many of the classic fabric and furniture designs currently associated with the brand.
About Maine Cottage
Maine Cottage began 20 years ago in Yarmouth, Maine. Every piece of designer-quality Maine Cottage furniture is made to order and custom finished in the fabric and/or paint color of your choice. For more information, please visit www.mainecottage.com.
About Russell &Mackenna
Russell &Mackenna began almost a decade ago by a father and daughter building custom quality furniture. Their mission statement is to build a brand with a reputation for excellence and manufacture all items in the U.S. Russell &Mackenna is based in Jessup, MD. For more information, please visit www.mainecottage.com.
About Silverwood Partners
Silverwood Partners, LLC is a specialized investment bank that provides mergers & acquisitions and private placement advisory services to consumer products, media communications technology, and healthcare companies. The firm’s targeted industry focus allows it to bring a depth of knowledge and industry relationships to each client’s unique situation, and Silverwood has a hands-on, consultative approach with a high degree of senior partner involvement. For more information, please visit www.silverwoodpartners.com.
A principal focus of Silverwood is representing consumer product companies in the healthy living and broader LOHAS segment. The firm’s commitment and expertise in the natural products and healthy living sector has allowed Silverwood to develop strong relationships with private equity investors and strategic buyers active in the industry.
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