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Protect-A-Bed Opens UK Office

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The Chicago-based company purchases longtime distributor Shine Capital Europe.

| February 15, 2010

CHICAGO – Protect-A-Bed, a leading provider of bedding protection products with a presence in 27 countries, announced its acquisition of London-based Shine Capital Europe which distributes Protect-A-Bed products across Europe. The acquisition creates a formal corporate presence for Protect-A-Bed in Europe.
 
Simon Zamet, owner of Shine Capital Europe LTD, has been named CEO for Protect-A-Bed Europe. Protect-A-Bed Europe sells products in the pest control, furniture and bedding, healthcare and retail industries.
 
“This acquisition gives Protect-A-Bed a direct relationship with valuable customers across Europe,” said Protect-A-Bed CEO James Bell. “Simon’s team in London is perfectly positioned to continue growing Protect-A-Bed’s reputation for superior bedding protection and bed bug management products.”
 
To learn more about Protect-A-Bed and its product offerings, visit
www.protectabed.com.

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