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Outdoor Living Supply Acquires Apache Stone

Outdoor Living Supply has acquired Apache Stone, a wholly owned subsidiary of Halquist Stone Co., and distributor of masonry, hardscape and landscape supplies.

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Outdoor Living Supply has acquired Apache Stone, a wholly owned subsidiary of Halquist Stone Co., and distributor of masonry, hardscape and landscape supplies.

This acquisition expands OLS’ footprint in the Southwest, adding three strategic locations in Nevada and Arizona. The existing local management team will continue to lead the business, ensuring continuity and consistency for employees, customers and supplier partners.

“We are pleased to welcome the Apache Stone team to the OLS family of companies,” said Brian Price, CEO of Outdoor Living Supply. “Apache Stone is an ideal complement to our existing Bedrock Landscape Supply location in Las Vegas and gives us entry into the fast-growing Phoenix market. This partnership provides exciting potential to accelerate our growth platform in the Southwest, delivering tremendous value to our customers.”

Bill Halquist, owner of Halquist Stone Company, added, “Through its commitment to providing superior service and products, Apache Stone has grown into a leading regional distributor. The partnership with OLS will offer Apache Stone additional resources to generate growth and provide expanded opportunities for employees and customers.”

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