MSP Purchases Assets of David J. Thompson Mailing Corporation
MSP, a full-service direct mail production and marketing company, has announced the purchase of the assets of the David J. Thompson Mailing Corporation. The purchase includes the acquisition of the Corporation’s full-service lettershop facility located in Bloomsburg, Pa.
Founded in 1949 by Gordon Thompson, the David J. Thompson Mailing Corporation began as a small family business in much the same way as MSP. As decades passed and the businesses grew, each strove for a culture rooted in family and focused on its people. When David Thompson discussed plans to retire, MSP saw an opportunity to continue his legacy while supporting their own growing list of clients.
“The David J. Thompson Mailing Corporation has been a valuable partner with MSP for many years,” says Richard E. Busheé III, President of MSP. “We share a similar history and a similar culture. It made sense to continue our relationship and place David’s legacy in good hands.”
The companies will come together and continue under the name of MSP. MSP will benefit from the most valuable asset of the David J. Thompson Mailing Corporation, its experienced and dedicated employees. MSP will also gain an additional lettershop production facility. This facility will offer even greater mail volume capabilities to MSP’s growing list of clients. It will also provide those clients with the added sense of security that comes from knowing a secondary facility exists for disaster recovery if needed.
Rich Busheé and company look forward to expanding the MSP family. David Thompson will continue to be an active leader in the organization, assuring continuity and consistency throughout the process.
“Retirement wasn’t an easy choice,” says Thompson. “I wanted to make sure the company my father founded would continue with the strong reputation my family worked for generations to build. This transition makes that possible.”
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