Longmont, CO—Circle Graphics, a producer of grand-format digital graphics, acquired Imagic, a large- and grand-format printing company focused on serving the transit advertising market.
The acquisition expands Circle Graphics’ customer base and out-of-home advertising services, while adding a West Coast manufacturing presence. This is Circle Graphics’ third acquisition in the past year. In October 2014 it acquired Boston-based Mammoth Media, and in February it acquired the Art Division of Café Press Inc.
“The acquisition of Imagic continues to demonstrate our long-term growth strategy and further expands our services as the nationwide leader in the out-of-home advertising industry,” said Andrew Cousin, Circle Graphics CEO. “Imagic is a perfect complement to the Circle Graphics’ portfolio because of their reputation and the quality of products they produce.”
Imagic, founded in 1990 and located in Burbank, California, is active in serving California–based entertainment companies and studios as well as national out-of-home advertisers and media buyers. Imagic’s product line includes vehicle and bus wraps, station domination, entertainment industry advertising and traditional billboards. circlegraphicsonline.com