After five years of enjoying much success investing in Holley Performance Products, which also entailed a partnership, Lincolnshire Management, Inc. sold all of its stake in Holley Performance Products ending the successful business relationship. The end of the business relationship was officially disclosed to the public on October 29, 2018 by funds that are advised by Lincolnshire Management, Inc. Lincolnshire Management, Inc. sold all of its stake in Holley Performance Products to a subsidiary of Sentinel Capital Partners, who has made it known that Holley Performance Products will be merging with Driven Performance Brands in the offing.
The Lincolnshire Management, Inc.–Holley Performance Products partnership was a great success by all accounts. During the five-year partnership, a strategy of making aggressive acquisitions was implemented and great store was placed on making substantially greater investment in the area of new product development. As a result of this initiatives, Holley Performance Products experienced substantial organic growth.
What originally compelled Lincolnshire Management, Inc. to invest in and partner up with Holley Performance Products when the opportunity materialized were the facts that the company was exceptionally managed, the strength of the Holley Performance Products’ brand, and the brand’s long list of products portfolio which includes DiabloSport , MSD, NOS, ACCEL, Hooker, Earls, Hays, Quick Fuel Technologies, Superchips, Weiand, Edge, Racepak, and Mallory. Holley Performance Products was established in 1903 and has gone on to become America’s cornerstone brand within the American performance car culture. In addition, Holley Performance Products is now the performance automotive aftermarket’s largest designer of branded products, its biggest manufacturer, and its largest marketer.
Lincolnshire Management Inc. is classified as a private equity firm. The firm was founded in 1986. Lincolnshire Management Inc. is primarily headquartered in the city of New York, but it also has a team located in Chicago. Lincolnshire Management Inc. seeks to acquire growing companies with great potential for growth across that falls under the rubric of middle market companies. Lincolnshire Management Inc. also engage in other types of investments, such as acquisitions of private companies, management buyouts, corporate divestitures, growth equity for private and public companies, and recapitalizations. The amount of private equity capital under Lincolnshire Management Inc.’s management exceeds $1.7 billion.
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