- by Jacob Coakley
“We’re completely autonomous,” Theis said. “Mike Murphy and I will continue to run J.R. Clancy as usual. It’s business as usual. [There will be] no changes in personnel, no changes in anything else.”
Theis went on to explain that the deal was a result of Wenger looking to expand their offerings in theatrical goods in the educational market, and J.R. Clancy’s shareholders looking to transition out of ownership. The new agreement lets Clancy continue to operate in the way it best does, continuing their mission of “Make Our Partners Successful.”
“We’re still very very strong, we’re still very active,” said Theis. “We have great prospects going forward.” He added that he expects the company to once again be named to the Inc. 5000.
I have an interview request in at Wenger Corp as well. I will update this story after that takes place.
For more info about J.R. Clancy, please visit www.jrclancy.com
For more info about Wenger Corp, please visit www.wengercorp.com.