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Thompson Street Capital Partners Portfolio Company PestCo Holdings Expands Texas Footprint with Acquisitions of Live Oak and PestBan+

ST. LOUIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Thompson Street Capital Partners (TSCP), a private equity firm based in St. Louis, today announced the acquisition of the assets of Live Oak Pest Control, Inc. (Live Oak) and PestBan+, LLC (PestBan) by PestCo Holdings, LLC (PestCo), a TSCP portfolio company. Located in San Antonio, Texas, Live Oak is a provider of residential and commercial pest control services. PestBan, located in Dallas, Texas, is a provider of commercial pest control services with a focus on multi-family communities. Terms of the transactions were not disclosed.

These are the twelfth and thirteenth investments for PestCo, an acquisition company formed to consolidate the highly fragmented pest control industry.

About Thompson Street Capital Partners

Thompson Street Capital Partners (TSCP) is a St. Louis-based private equity firm focused on investing in founder-led middle market businesses. We have acquired more than 200 companies in the Healthcare & Life Science Services, Software & Technology Services and Business Services & Engineered Products sectors and have managed more than $4.5 billion since being founded in 2000. TSCP partners with management teams to increase value by accelerating growth, both organically and via complementary acquisitions.


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