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The finalists have been announced for ACG Arizona’s “Deal of the Year” Award, which will be presented at a dinner on Tuesday, May 10 at the Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa Gold Ballroom. The “Deal of the Year” award is given annually to a company or private equity firm in recognition of their accomplishments in Arizona’s mergers and acquisitions or capital markets marketplace. The award will recognize a deal/transaction in the Arizona marketplace involving established businesses with between $10 and $750 million of revenue that closed in the 2015 calendar year. The finalists are:

  • Flowers Bakeries’ acquisition of Alpine Valley Bread Company.
  • Sierra Nevada’s acquisition of Kutta Technologies.
  • Frontier Capital’s investment in HealthiestYou.

EVENT DATE: Tuesday, May 10, 2016

ACG Arizona Deal of the Year Award (finalists announced April 2016). The 2015 Deal of the Year is awarded by ACG Arizona, an independent, third party that is not affiliated with Frontier Growth recognizes a company or private equity firm for their accomplishments regarding a merger, acquisition or capital market transaction involving established businesses with between $10 million and $750 million of revenue that closed in calendar year 2015. The number of nominees reviewed for this recognition was not disclosed to Frontier Growth, and therefore, it and the percentage of nominees receiving the recognition, cannot be disclosed herein. ACG Arizona’s recognition is not indicative of Frontier Growth’s future performance and was not based on the evaluations of clients or investors of Frontier Growth. Frontier Growth did not pay an application fee to participate in this process. Nominees were not required to be subscribers to ACG media to be considered.

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