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OLS Acquires The Rock Place

Outdoor living products distributor OLS has acquired hardscape, stone and landscape distributor The Rock Place, which increases OLS’ footprint into the Nashville, TN., market.

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The acquisition of The Rock Place, a full-service distributor of hardscape, natural and manufactured stone, porcelain and landscape products, by Outdoor Living Supply (OLS), expands OLS’ reach into Tennessee with four strategic locations in the greater Nashville area.

Founded in 2008, The Rock Place is owned by Lee and William Marbet. Lee currently oversees operations and will continue in a regional leadership role at OLS, ensuring continuity for customers, suppliers, and employees.

“We are thrilled to welcome The Rock Place to the OLS family of companies,” said Brian Price, CEO of Outdoor Living Supply. “The Rock Place has built an exceptional team and shares our commitment to customer service and growth vision. This partnership provides us with an exciting runway for expansion in middle Tennessee.”

Lee Marbet, owner of The Rock Place, added, “Over our 15-year history, we have taken The Rock Place from a single retail location to a leading regional distributor. This partnership with OLS will provide us the platform and resources needed to reach the next level, creating growth, additional value and expanded opportunities for our employees and customers. We are excited to start this next chapter.”

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