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All Star Auto Lights Acquires Autolights


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All Star Auto Lights, a specialty distributor of alternative automotive parts and a portfolio company of Atlantic Street Capital, announced the acquisition of Autolights.

The company, headquartered in Ferndale, Michigan, within the Detroit metro area, sells refurbished headlights, taillights and fog lights primarily to the collision repair industry and automotive dealers.

“The addition of Autolights provides us with new capabilities, expands our customer base and broadens our supply chain with their strong proprietary relationships,” said Matt Immerfall, CEO of All Star. “Autolights’ operations enhance our deep repair capabilities and builds our geographic footprint, especially in the Midwest. We look forward to collaborating with the Autolights’ leadership to enhance our refurbishment processes.”

Phil Druce, partner of Atlantic Street Capital, added, “We are excited to welcome the Autolights team to the All Star family and look forward to the combined growth ahead. We continue to target complementary opportunities to position All Star as a leading provider of high quality remanufactured and certified aftermarket lights and build our presence in the remanufactured and OEM replica wheels category.”

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