Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) June 13, 2012
Half Off Depot has acquired Dealmobs, a group buying and social commerce company focused on the Georgia and South Carolina marketplaces. The acquisition further expands Half Off Depot’s rapidly growing footprint in the Southeast and gives Dealmobs' consumers access to Half Off Depot’s broad online store offerings.
Formed in 2010, Dealmobs provides Half Off Depot with a solid customer base and strong connections to local merchants in Athens, Georgia, as well as Charleston and Columbia, South Carolina. “We continue to expand rapidly and our acquisition of Dealmobs is a logical extension of our growth strategy,” said Brian Conley, CEO of Half Off Depot. “We are delighted to welcome the Dealmobs consumer and merchant communities to the Half Off Depot family. We believe our unique approach to connecting local businesses to new customers will lead them both to be equally excited.”
“Half Off Depot is a force in the fast growing local online marketing space with strong financials and great growth potential,” remarked Dealmobs co-founder Jim Flannery. “By joining forces with Half Off Depot we look forward to offering our merchant partners a leading online customer acquisition platform and continuing our core focus of strengthening the connection between merchants and consumers,” said Dealmobs co-founder Sam Mylrea.
About Half Off Depot
Half Off Depot harnesses the power of the Internet to help merchants acquire and retain new customers while offering savvy consumers the broadest range of great deals. Today, the company helps progressive local merchants in Atlanta, Athens, Charlotte, Charleston, Columbia, Knoxville, Nashville, Orlando, and Tampa acquire customers online. Launched in April 2008 and based in Atlanta, Half Off Depot is funded by Noro-Moseley Partners, BLH Venture Partners, and Linch Capital. For more information, visit http://www.halfoffdepot.com.