The latest news about High Road Capital Partners and its portfolio companies.


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December 14, 2011

High Road Capital Partners Named 2011 Private Equity Firm of the Year

High Road Capital Partners ("") today announced that the company was named 2011 Private Equity Firm of the Year in the 10th Annual M&A Advisor Awards. The M&A Advisor Awards honor excellence in deal making.

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November 15, 2011

High Road Capital Partners Acquires Leading Quilting Machine Manufacturer

High Road Capital Partners (" has completed the eighth platform acquisition for its debut fund, High Road Capital Partners Fund I, LP, with the acquisition of Handi Quilter, Inc. Based in North Salt Lake, Utah, Handi Quilter is the worldwide leader in longarm quilting machines and computerized quilting systems used in the home by quilting enthusiasts and quilters with home-based businesses. The acquisition closed on November 14, 2011.

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June 21, 2011

High Road Capital’s PANOS brands™ acquistion named consumer and retail products middle-market deal of the year

Finalist for Private Equity Firm of the Year; Partner Jeffrey Goodrich finalist for Dealmaker of the Year

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June 14, 2011

High Road Capital Partners adds Dan Gaspar as Vice President

High Road Capital Partners( is pleased to announce that it has hired Daniel J. Gaspar as Vice President. Gaspar will be responsible for executing platform company acquisitions and related financings, and implementing add-on acquisition strategies at those platform companies.

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