ACG Recognizes Four BoyarMiller Client Transactions Finalists In Prestigious 2020 Deal of the Year Awards

HOUSTON (April 12, 2021) – BoyarMiller is proud to announce that four client transactions conducted in 2020 have been named by the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) Houston as finalists in its 2020 Deal of the Year Awards program.

The awards honor Houston’s middle-market deals and dealmakers driving growth and resulting in new jobs, capital formation, and the advancement of meaningful business relationships.

The four deal finalists represented by BoyarMiller are: Amtel Parters and Amtel New York Holdings, Inc. acquired Personal Communications Center, Inc., A New York Corporation; Cheryl K, LLC acquired by Ingram Barge Company LLC; The Theut Company acquired by Denver Glass Interiors; and Quest acquired by UFP Industries.

“These were complex strategic sales or acquisitions that took place in 2020 despite, or perhaps driven by, pandemic related challenges. We are proud that these four clients and their transactions are celebrated by ACG,” said Steve Kesten, BoyarMiller Shareholder and Business Group Chair.

Winners of the ACG 2020 Deal of the Year will be announced in a virtual ceremony April 20, 2021.

About ACG
Founded in 1954, ACG is a global organization with 59 chapters and over 14,500 members. Doing business is at the heart of the ACG membership experience. Chapters in the U.S., Canada, Europe and Asia bring deal makers together to help them achieve their business and professional goals. To learn more or become a member visit: www.acg.org/houston.

About BoyarMiller
BoyarMiller is a mid-size Houston-based law firm that advances client business goals by bringing new possibilities into focus with confidence and clarity to achieve extraordinary outcomes. Since 1990, we have been providing practical and smart business solutions. Our firm is comprised of two practice groups—business law and litigation—and we serve multinational companies, middle-market businesses, and entrepreneurs in need of collaborative and strategic representation. See boyarmiller.com for more information.