Published: February 22, 2013
Neebo and Nebraska Book Company Announce That National Association of College Stores Signed Letter of Intent to Purchase Connect2One
LINCOLN, Neb. - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Neebo Inc., the beneficial owner of Nebraska
Book Company, today announced that the National
Association of College Stores has signed a letter of intent to
purchase the assets of Connect2One,
a fully owned division of Nebraska Book Company.
Through this purchase, NACS will integrate Connect2One, the largest and
most comprehensive buying group in the college store industry, with
indiCo, a NACS subsidiary focused on retail innovation, merchandising
strategy and data analytics. This strategic integration provides a new
way for NACS to fulfill its mission to help independent college stores
evolve and thrive.
"For 25 years, Connect2One has helped its more than 625 college store
members fill their shelves with items that appeal to the college crowd,"
said Steve Clemente, President and CEO of Neebo Inc. and Nebraska Book
Company. "Our company shares a very important goal with NACS-the
long-term success of independent college stores."
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