HASA, Inc. a leading producer and distributor of high quality water treatment products used to sanitize and maintain water systems, announced a significant expansion into the greater Las Vegas region through a strategic partnership with the Thatcher Group (“Thatcher”), a diversified chemical manufacturer and distributor.
Inconjunctionwiththetransaction, HASA will expand its distribution in the commercial and residential pool channel in Nevada with Thatcher as a strategic partner. Thatcher’s Henderson, Nevada site will represent the eighth point of distribution for HASA, expanding the Company’s footprint to an adjacent region and accelerating the growth of its mini-bulk service offering. HASA now has presence in Arizona, California, Nevada, Washington and Texas.
Chris Brink, Chief Executive Officer of HASA, said the Company is thrilled to announce HASA’s expansion into Nevada, furthering the Company’s reach and value proposition within a strategic and high growth area.
“We believe that HASA’s capabilities and resources will provide significant value to both residential and commercial pool customers throughout the region,” Brink said.
Craig Thatcher, President of Thatcher Group, Inc., commented, “We are honored to have this partnership with HASA and believe that this will enhance the value that our customers receive from the additional services offered through HASA.”
“We’d like to thank Craig Thatcher, Mike Mitchell, and the entire Thatcher team as we look forward to partnering with Thatcher on this expansion and growing our businesses together in the years to come.” Brink said.
For more information about HASA products and services, please visit the company’s website at www. HASAPool.com.
HASA, Inc. is a leading producer and distributor of high quality water treatment products used to sanitize and maintain swimming pools and spas, and water systems and containment vessels for recreational, industrial and municipal end markets.
Founded in 1964, the company operates seven plant facilities servicing California, Arizona, Washington, Nevada, Oregon, Idaho, Utah, Oklahoma and Texas to fulfill its commitment to keeping 20 billion gallons of water safe, clean and clear for homes and businesses across America.