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January 19, 2018updated 18 Jan 2018 10:51am

Deals this week: Dyehard Fan Supply, Ulferts International, Boot Barn Holdings

US-based event and retail merchandise and e-commerce company Dyehard Fan Supply has completed the acquisition of assets and business of All Pro Championships.

US-based event and retail merchandise and e-commerce company Dyehard Fan Supply has completed the acquisition of assets and business of All Pro Championships.

All Pro Championships is an American provider of turnkey event programmes that include retail merchandising, e-commerce and wholesale distribution.

The asset transaction is expected to help Dyehard to improve the game and event day experience for its customers.

“The transaction is expected to help Palm Beach Tan to expand its presence in the Atlanta market.”

Ulferts International intends to raise $15.8m from an initial public offering (IPO) of 200 million shares.

The shares will be priced between HK$0.38 ($0.04) and HK$0.62 ($0.07) each.

The proceeds are to be used to strengthen the company’s product portfolio, open new stores, improve sales and supplement working capital.

US-based lifestyle retail chain Boot Barn Holdings has announced a public offering of shares of its common stock.

A total of 5.5 million shares will be offered by certain stockholders of the company, including funds managed by US-based private equity firm Freeman Spogli & Co., and certain directors and members of the company’s management.

The company will not receive any proceeds from the transaction.

The underwriters have a 30-day option to buy up to an additional 0.82 million shares on a pro-rata basis.

Fat Tiger (Beijing) Technology has closed a Series A funding round to raise $15m.

The round was led by a Chinese investment firm named Sanxing Capital Management.

Based in China, Fat Tiger provides a platform for trading second-hand luxury goods online.

US-based tanning salon operator Palm Beach Tan has acquired Solar Dimensions’ tanning salons for an undisclosed sum.

The purchased units will be renamed to Palm Beach Tan brand as a result of the acquisition.

The transaction is expected to help Palm Beach Tan to expand its presence in the Atlanta market.