Piedmont, Ala. (October 13, 2017) – Wiregrass Equity Partners is pleased to announce the acquisition of Stryker Trailers, LLC, an industry-leading manufacturer of all-purpose utility trailers, dump trailers, tiny house trailers, car haulers, motorcycle trailers, pontoon boat haulers, dirt bike haulers, goosenecks, and other types of equipment trailers. Over the years, Stryker Trailers has developed a growing network of over 85 dealers who sell trailers throughout the continental United States.
Based in Piedmont, AL Stryker Trailers, LLC was founded in 1998 by Jake Baggett, who remains a shareholder and board member. “Jake has done an amazing job growing a home-based business into a successful manufacturer that builds over 100 trailers each week” said Darin Phillips, Managing Partner of Wiregrass Equity Partners. “Our management team is excited about building upon Jake’s success as we expand existing capabilities and processes, to better support our loyal dealers and grow our brand regionally.”
“I am excited about the transition phase and I am honored to be a part of growth plan,” said Jake Baggett, Founder. “We look forward to the future.”
About Wiregrass Equity Partners, LLC Wiregrass Equity Partners seeks to generate superior investment returns by making direct investments in potential high-growth companies located primarily within the Southeastern United States.
Our team members have personally built companies from nothing more than an idea to valuations exceeding $100 million. Our extensive experience in investment banking, mergers and acquisitions, accounting, and finance creates a unique and robust collaboration of experience and expertise that will be readily available for our partners.
Ambition and integrity are the capstones of our firm’s strategy. We target sustained wealth creation for our investors, seeking investments that leverage the strength of our team while inspiring confidence in the exceptional management teams with whom we partner. We focus on accelerating performance and value, as opposed to “financial engineering”.