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Liberty Acquisitions


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About Liberty Acquisitions

Provider of licensed full service collection with in-house legal counsel. The company operates a licensed collection agency in the States of Colorado and Utah. The aim is to insure that all collection accounts move seamlessly from document and phone collection strategies to legal collection strategies, including the eventual seizure of assets as deemed necessary.

Headquarters Location

PO Box 17210

Golden, Colorado, 80402,

United States


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Latest Liberty Acquisitions News

Luxx and True Liberty acquisitions further expand Hawthorne’s portfolio

Jan 5, 2022

Luxx and True Liberty acquisitions further expand Hawthorne’s portfolio Hawthorne demonstrates its ongoing commitment to serve growers, retailers and partners with industry-leading solutions. Hawthorne Gardening Company  announced the acquisitions of Luxx Lighting and True Liberty Bags into its comprehensive portfolio of products and solutions for retailers and growers. Hawthorne has been a long-time distributor of True Liberty’s harvest bag and liner products, while Luxx is new to Hawthorne’s line of lighting products, which includes its Gavita, Agrolux and Sun System brands. Hawthorne now is the exclusive supplier of Luxx and True Liberty brands. “We’re committed to providing the most extensive portfolio of products and innovative solutions to best meet the unique needs of growers and our retail partners,” said Chris Hagedorn, division president of Hawthorne. “Through groundbreaking R&D, technical expertise and leading brands, we’re serving the industry at unparalleled scale. And we’re doing so by working directly with the people who have built this industry — and its culture — from the ground up.” Luxx will extend Hawthorne’s lighting portfolio, enabling it to offer growers and retailers more options, including in emerging LED technology. True Liberty expands Hawthorne’s harvest portfolio. Hawthorne will increase marketing and sales efforts around these brands, which will further support its Hawthorne 360 Total Solution and make these products available in new  markets, particularly along the East Coast. Luxx Lighting, based in Los Angeles, California, was started in 2017 by a group of hands-on southern California growers who include founders of the Jungle Boys cannabis brand. They sought to bring their growing expertise to the lighting market, constantly testing and innovating to find what works best. Hawthorne looks forward to an ongoing relationship with Jungle Boys to support the sales and marketing of the Luxx brand. True Liberty Bags is a family-oriented business founded in 2009 in Sonoma County, California, initially to serve farmers, growers and vintners in the region and ultimately expanding into the #1 niche brand for cultivators. The Hawthorne Gardening Company is a leading provider of nutrients, lighting and other durable and consumable products used in the indoor and hydroponic growing industry. The seasoned editor will focus on trade communications for Bailey Nurseries and their consumer brands. Bailey Nurseries is excited to announce Jasmina Dolce has joined the marketing team as trade communications strategist. In this newly created position, Dolce will drive industry-focused communications efforts that support initiatives for Bailey, Endless Summer Hydrangeas, First Editions Shrubs & Trees, and Easy Elegance Roses through its trade audiences, including consumer brand licensees, growers, garden centers and other indirect channels. Prior to joining Bailey, Dolce worked in various editorial roles with Greenhouse Product News and its sister brand Lawn & Garden Retailer. Over the past 15 years, she has provided relevant and engaging content, built and cultivated industry-wide relationships and collaborated with both internal and external marketing teams to develop promotional campaigns. “Jasmina’s experience and industry expertise is an exciting addition to our team,” shares Bailey's Marketing & Communications Manager Ryan McEnaney. “She has a well-earned track record of telling stories and connecting with her audiences in an impactful way, which will prove a great resource for Bailey’s customers, brand partners and industry colleagues.” Dolce holds a bachelor’s degree in Communications with a focus on Public Relations/Advertising from DePaul University. She lives outside of Chicago, Illinois, with her husband and two sons. “Having worked on the media side of the horticulture industry for many years, I am so excited to join a wellknown and respected company like Bailey Nurseries,” adds Dolce. “As an editor and a consumer, I’ve admired Bailey’s plants and brands and I look forward to representing their products and services as a member of their marketing team.” Dolce begins in her role effective immediately and may be reached at or 612-258-7482. Dümmen Orange adds new retail account manager Amy Hollinger joins Dümmen Orange's expanding North American team. Dümmen Orange announced the addition of Amy Hollinger as the company’s newest retail account manager on its North American team. In her new role, Hollinger will utilize her business-to-business sales skills to enhance the retail customer experience. Having deep product knowledge of Dümmen Orange’s core categories, she joins a retail department that continues its expansion efforts to better serve the needs of retail customers. Hollinger arrives at Dümmen Orange with extensive live goods experience earned from the big box retail setting. She also has a background in working directly with grower partners to bring retailer programs to life. "We are very excited to add Amy to our ever-expanding team," said Marta Maria Garcia, retail director for Dümmen Orange North America. "She has extensive expertise in working with live goods on a large scale and great product knowledge which will serve our valued customers very well.” Prior to joining Dümmen Orange, Hollinger gained 13 years of retail sales and merchandising experience with multiple brands in the home improvement industry and five years working in the financial services sector before that. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) degree from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in 2003. The poinsettia isn't just a pretty holiday flower. It's also the perfect holiday cocktail. Christmas is a time for celebrating. For many people, that celebrating includes making tasty cocktails. Whether it's a mimosa at brunch or a cup of after-dinner eggnog that follows your grandmother's secret family recipe, there's no shortage of drinks to choose from. And for horticulturists, there's a holiday cocktail named after everyone's favorite holiday plant: the poinsettia. Named for its bright red color reminiscent of the holiday flower, the poinsettia cocktail is a combination of cranberry juice, orange liqueur and champagne. If your holiday is typically filled with heavy drinks like hot chocolate and eggnog, the poinsettia's light and fruity taste will be a refreshing change of pace. Here's the recipe and how to make the drink. The cocktail can also be made ahead of time in a large batch by scaling up the recipe. Ingredients: 3 ounces cranberry juice Cranberries for garnish (optional) Steps: Stir lightly to mix the ingredients Garnish with cranberries and rosemary sprig (optional) Enjoy responsibly Signify to acquire Fluence to strengthen agriculture lighting growth platform The acquisition will provide Signify with access to Fluence’s multi-channel, go-to-market approach in the North American horticultural lighting market. Dutch lighting manufacturer  Signif y announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement with ams OSRAM to acquire Austin, Texas-based Fluence for USD $272 million (EUR 242 million) on a cash and debt-free basis. This acquisition will strengthen Signify's global agriculture lighting growth platform and extend our position in the attractive North American horticultural lighting market. The acquisition is fully in line with Signify's strategy to expand in attractive growth segments and their commitment to improving food availability by providing growers with horticultural lighting that helps them to reduce resource consumption and increase yields. They expect the global market for agricultural lighting to grow by more than 20% per year to EUR 1.6 billion in 2024. The acquisition will add Fluence’s complementary horticultural lighting technology to our existing knowledge and expertise. This includes light recipes for the legal growing of cannabis — which, due to the legalization in Canada and many US states in recent years, currently generates the majority of Fluence’s sales — and light recipes for the company’s fast-growing business to grow other crops. Fluence’s technology also includes more than 140 issued and pending patents, focusing on areas such as light quality, thermal management and installation methods. Currently, Fluence generates a majority of its sales in North America. “We’re excited to announce that we’re acquiring Fluence, strengthening our agricultural lighting business, one of our main growth platforms. It also further underlines the strategic importance of the North American market to our business,” said Harsh Chitale, division leader of digital solutions at Signify. “We’re looking forward to welcoming the team from Fluence.” “Its lighting innovations and solid go-to-market strategy have helped build a recognized brand with a strong position in North America and a fast-growing business in Europe,” Chitale continued. “We feel that now is the right moment to join forces, allowing both of us to serve more customers with high-quality horticulture lighting products.” “Since Fluence’s founding, it has been our sole mission to improve the interaction between light and life to yield a healthier and more sustainable world,” said David Cohen, CEO of Fluence. “Adding our lighting solutions to Signify’s strong portfolio empowers our combined businesses to deliver the world’s most advanced horticulture technology to cultivators on a global scale. The combination of our companies will immediately expand our collective footprints and inject valuable expertise into both companies’ product innovations. We look forward to uniting with the Signify team.” Fluence employs more than 200 people. In the trailing 12 months (October 2020 to September 2021), Fluence generated USD $141 million (EUR 124 million) in revenue. Fluence will operate as an entity within Signify’s agricultural lighting business in Division Digital Solutions. The acquisition is expected to close in the first half of 2022, subject to regulatory approvals and other conditions.

Liberty Acquisitions Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Liberty Acquisitions's headquarters?

    Liberty Acquisitions's headquarters is located at PO Box 17210, Golden.

  • What is Liberty Acquisitions's latest funding round?

    Liberty Acquisitions's latest funding round is Leveraged Buyout.

  • Who are the investors of Liberty Acquisitions?

    Investors of Liberty Acquisitions include Triton Pacific Capital Partners.

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