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Firm's acquisition of Duvinage nominated as Deal of the Year finalist in Md.

October 29, 2008

Key Bridge Partners LLC, a Washington, D.C.-based private investment firm, announced Tuesday that its acquisition of Duvinage Corporation has been nominated as a Deal of the Year finalist by the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG), Maryland Chapter.

Duvinage, a leading manufacturer of custom spiral and circular stairs, is based in Hagerstown, and its wholly owned subsidiary, Mitchell Machine Shop, is based in Greencastle, Pa.

Duvinage is one of three companies in the Manufacturing category that will be recognized at ACG Maryland's Annual Deal of the Year event on Nov. 5 at the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore.

The ACG Deal of the Year event recognizes mergers and acquisitions that have a positive impact on shareholders and stakeholders, and benefits the citizens of Maryland.

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Duvinage has been manufacturing custom spiral and circular stairs in the United States since 1895. Its customers include the White House, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the National Gallery of Art.

Key Bridge Partners is a private investment firm consisting of former Fortune 200 executives focused on acquiring manufacturing and service companies with revenues between $5 million and $150 milllion, the company said in a prepared release.

Key Bridge Partners seek to buy and hold businesses for the long-term and provide a unique value-add with their operating experience, the release says. Key Bridge Partners is committed to preserving the legacy of great brands and building globally-competitive businesses.

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