Bridger partnered with both Bridge Bank and Assurance Mezzanine Fund to round out the transaction. Bridge Bank provided a revolving credit facility and Assurance contributed both mezzanine debt and co-invest equity to the transaction.

Founded in 2007, Old Mill Brick owns and distributes several patented, easy to install, thin brick web and panel systems that can be used with any thin brick, including tumbled and cast. The company’s flagship product “BrickWeb” is sold online and through major retail home improvement stores across North America. The company’s thin brick systems are used for both residential and commercial building applications.

Old Mill Brick was founded and owned by Garrick Hunsaker, who will continue to lead the company as the CEO and a shareholder. “Partnering with Bridger Capital Partners is major step forward in helping us fuel our growth and expansion in the building products market,” said Garrick Hunsaker, Owner and CEO of Old Mill Brick, Incorporated.

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