Bunker Hill Capital acquires Dyno Holdco, licensee of the Singer sewing brand

Bunker Hill Capital, a Boston based private equity firm, said Wednesday that it has acquired Dyno Holdco LLC, the exclusive licensee of the Singer brand for sewing accessories and one of the largest producers and marketers of holiday decorative home products in North America.

The seller was TG Capital Corp.

Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. On its website, Bunker Hill Capital says it focuses on making “control investments in lower middle market companies with typical enterprise values ranging between $30 million and $150 million.


The exclusive license enables Florida-based Dyno to sell a large and diverse portfolio of sewing products, including cutting instruments, fasteners, needles, thread, and a wide variety of other sewing related notions and accessories from an iconic sewing and craft brand, Bunker Hill Capital said in a press release.

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In a statement, Mark DeBlois, a Bunker Hill Capital managing partner, said, “Dyno’s two major product categories sell to a substantially similar demographic mix of consumers at recession resistant price points and offer both organic and acquisitive growth opportunities.”

On its website, Bunker Hill Capital lists investments in such other companies as California Family Fitness, an operator of fitness centers in the Sacramento market, and the Dedham company that operates the Papa Gino’s pizza and the D’Angelo Grilled Sandwiches chains.

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