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BrandPoint Services merges with Legacy Retail Services

BY Marianne Wilson

Brand Point Services, a leading full-service commercial maintenance, repair, refresh and remodel company, has merged with Legacy Retail Services, a leader in national digital media and fixture installation company.

The merger will create a leading single source North American provider of facility services and solutions supporting clients in various industries including retail, banking, healthcare, grocery, restaurant, entertainment, and more. The combined companies will offer expertise in facility maintenance service and project management, general contracting construction services, digital media, fixture/graphic installations, merchandising and support services.

Michael Hersh, CEO and president of Legacy Retail Services, and Steve Hearon, CEO and president of BrandPoint Services, will work closely together as they merge the firms under one identity. The combined companies will operate under the BrandPoint Services identity as of 2020.

“I could not be more excited to take the next step in our companies’ strategic business plan,” said Hersh. “The ability to merge with the incredibly synergistic BrandPoint team will propel both organizations to incredible success as one team.”

By combining forces, both companies have significantly grown their respective service offering, coverage area, team members and overall capabilities to provide world-class services to its customers across North America.

“We have been ramping up our business, brand and service offerings in preparation for a big move”, said Hearon. “It is rare that you find the perfect fit like we have both found in each other and we look forward to being the ‘go to’ world-class provider for all of our top customers globally.”

The strategy of the merger from the leadership of the companies brings together premium talent and resources that will expand across a wide range of industries.

“We will be laser-focused on continuing to meet our current customers’ needs and future plans as we expand our overall market reach with the merger of these two great teams,” added Hersh.

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