ASC-backed All Star acquires OEM manufacturer Blackburn

Based in Orlando, All Star is a distributor of replacement alternative lighting products and wheels.

  • This is All Star’s third acquisition in the aftermarket original equipment wheel space since 2021
  • All Star was founded in 2004
  • ASC invests in lower middle market companies

All Star Auto Lights, a portfolio company of Atlantic Street Capital, has acquired Macedonia, Ohio-based Blackburn OEM Wheel Solutions, a provider of steel and alloy wheels for the automotive aftermarket. No financial terms were disclosed.

This is All Star’s third acquisition in the aftermarket original equipment wheel space since 2021.

Phil Druce, a partner of Atlantic Street Capital, said in a statement, “We are excited to add Blackburn to All Star’s family of brands. With 13 sites and over 400 employees, All Star is positioned as a national player with collision and body shops, tire and service centers, rental car, and auction house customers to profitably repair cars faster with the highest value OEM alternative replacement parts.”

Founded in 2004 and based in Orlando, Florida, All Star is a distributor of replacement alternative lighting products and wheels to independent auto body shops and multi-site operators of collision repair centers. All Star has a nationwide distribution network through its 13 facilitie.

ASC invests in lower middle market companies. The firm targets companies with between $4 million and $25 million of EBITDA.