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Outdoor Living Supply Acquires California-Based Stone Distributor

Outdoor Living Supply has acquired The Rock Garden, a distributor of natural stone, and hand-hewn stone furniture. The acquisition extends the OLS platform into California and strengthens its regional presence in the Lake Tahoe market.

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Outdoor Living Supply has acquired The Rock Garden, a distributor of natural stone, and hand-hewn stone furniture. The acquisition extends the OLS platform into California and strengthens its regional presence in the Lake Tahoe market.

“I am proud to welcome the dedicated team at The Rock Garden to the OLS family of companies. This exciting new partnership expands our OLS footprint into California,” said Brian Price, CEO of OLS. “With its proximity to our Parker Hardscape Supply location, The Rock Garden is an exceptional fit. The combined strength and resources of these two locations will allow us to form the region’s market-leading platform, delivering best-in-class customer service to the Lake Tahoe and High Sierra markets.”

Brian Marsh, president of Marsh Ventures, Inc., added, “OLS shares our commitment to providing an exceptional customer experience, along with providing growth opportunities for our employees, customers, and suppliers alike. We are thrilled to have The Rock Garden join the OLS family of companies and look forward to watching the next chapter of growth unfold.”

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