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30 Jun Sashay Corporate Services Acquires Tulsa-Based Automated Mail Service

TULSA, Okla., June 30 /PRNewswire/ — Sashay Corporate Services, owned by Michael and Carla Covey, announced today that it has acquired Tulsa-based Automated Mail Service from Cheshire Holding Corporation, owned by Doug and Janelle Brooks.

Automated Mail Service (“AMS”) is a full service direct mail and commercial mail presort company that was founded in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1979. AMS is located at 6915 East 38th Street in Tulsa, employs a team of 75 mail professionals and has approximately 40,000 square feet of office, fulfillment and warehouse space where it houses its direct mail and presort operations.

“AMS has a strong history in the mail business with deep Tulsa roots, and this is what attracted us to the business,” said Carla Covey. “I know that we will continue the tradition of outstanding customer service at AMS.”

Acquisition Advisors represented the Brooks in the transaction. Acquisition Advisors is a Tulsa based merger and acquisitions advisory firm that specializes in companies with annual profits between $1 million and $25 million. “As a native Tulsan, it’s always heart warming when the ownership of a Tulsa business remains in Tulsa,” said David Perkins, Acquisition Advisors‘ managing director.

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