www.addus.com
Industry: Healthcare
Transaction Type: Buyout / Acquisition Capital
Investment Year: 2006

Addus Healthcare (NASDQ:ADUS) is one of the nation's largest providers of in-home social and personalcare services. Addus completed its initial public offering in 2009.


Industry: Energy
Transaction Type: Recapitalization / Growth Equity
Investment Year: 1999

In 1999, Eos invested in Ballard Petroleum Resources, which owned and developed oil and gas reserves in the Rocky Mountain region of the country. The company was sold to Alberta Energy in 2001.


www.cleanearthinc.com
Industry: Business Services
Transaction Type: Buyout / Acquisition Capital
Investment Year: 2002

In 2002, Eos invested in Clean Earth Holdings, Inc., a leading provider of solutions for the treatment and disposal of environmentally impacted sites and waste throughout the Northeast. The company offered fully integrated capabilities through its network of fixed-base facilities and broad range of technologies and intermodal capabilities. In 2005 Clean Earth was sold to a private equity sponsor.


Industry: Healthcare
Transaction Type: Growth Equity / Acquisition Capital
Investment Year: 1997

In 1997, Eos was the lead investor in DDS Partners, LLC, a roll-up of New York dental practices. The transaction brought together leading dental practices to create the first dental physician practice management company focused on the New York City metropolitan marketplace. Eos exited its investment in DDS in 2005.


Industry: Media
Transaction Type: Growth Equity
Investment Year: 1995

In 1995, Eos participated in Frontier Vision's equity financing. Frontier Vision was established with two experienced cable executives to acquire and operate regionally clustered rural cable systems. The company was sold to Adelphia Communications in 1999.


www.leafnow.com
Industry: Financial
Transaction Type: Growth Equity
Investment Year: 2011

Headquartered in Philadelphia, PA, LEAF Commercial Capital, Inc. is one of the largest independent equipment leasing companies in the U.S. LEAF serves equipment vendors in the small-to-mid-ticket equipment finance marketplace, specializing in information technology, telecommunications, office-automation, light industrial, healthcare, and other "business-essential" assets. The company was sold to People's United Bank in July 2017.


www.pacer.com
Industry: Transportation
Transaction Type: Buyout
Investment Year: 1997

In 1997, Eos sponsored a management-led buyout of a logistics/transportation business from Union Pacific Corp. The company was sold to a private equity sponsor in 1999.


www.rdfs.com
Industry: Transportation
Transaction Type: Buyout / Acquisition Capital
Investment Year: 2005

In 2005, Eos invested in Milwaukee based Roadrunner-Dawes, Inc. (NYSE: RRTS). The company is a leading non-asset based logistics company providing transportation brokerage and expedited, long haul less-than-truckload (LTL) services in major freight lanes throughout the Continental U.S. and Canada with lengths of haul generally greater than 1,000 miles. Road Runner competed its initial public offering in 2010.


www.symtx.com
Industry: Business Services
Transaction Type: Growth Equity
Investment Year: 2001

In 2001, Eos invested in Symtx, an Austin-based company which provided custom test engineering services for a variety of aerospace, defense, medical and telecommunications firms. In 2006 Eos sold its investment in Symtx to a strategic buyer.


www.arbonne.com
Industry: Consumer
Transaction Type: PE Credit / Distressed
Investment Year: 2009

In 2009, Eos invested in Arbonne, a personal care products company that sells skin care, cosmetics, and other health and beauty products through a direct selling channel.  In 2018, Arbonne was sold to a strategic.


Industry: Energy
Transaction Type: Growth Equity / Acquisition Capital
Investment Year: 1999

In 1999, Eos invested in Bargo Energy Company, an oil and gas exploration and development company, with a proven track record of acquiring properties and enhancing their value through the use of new technologies and intensive engineering. The company merged with Mission Resources in 2001.


www.countryfreshinc.com
Industry: Consumer
Transaction Type: Recapitalization
Investment Year: 2011

In 2011, Eos invested in Country Fresh, a leading processor and distributor of produce and organic products to grocery stores, convenience stores and food-service distributors across the country. In 2017, Country Fresh was sold to a private equity sponsor.


www.dtsonline.com
Industry: Consumer
Transaction Type: Growth Equity
Investment Year: 1997

In 1997, Eos led a financing for Digital Theater Systems, Inc. ("DTS"), a developer and marketer of digital audio technology. Originally financed by Steven Spielberg and Universal Studios, DTS is a leading provider of digital sound in the theatrical and home entertainment marketplaces. DTS completed its initial public offering in 2003.


Industry: Business Services
Transaction Type: Growth Equity / Acquisition Capital
Investment Year: 2007

In 2007, Eos invested in WDF Services Corporation, an infrastructure focused mechanical and specialty construction services provider. In 2008, Eos invested in the merger of WDF Services with Five Star Electric to create Greenstar Service Corporation. Greenstar was a construction services provider specializing in large-scale complex mechanical, electrical and specialty construction projects. The company was sold to a strategic acquirer in 2011.


www.mc-2.com
Industry: Marketing Services
Transaction Type: Buyout / Acquisition Capital
Investment Year: 1999

In 1999, Eos participated in the purchase and merger of two companies that assist corporations in designing and building exhibits and presentations at trade shows and other corporate events.


www.penton.com
Industry: Media
Transaction Type: PE Credit / Distressed
Investment Year: 2009

In 2009, Eos invested in Penton Media, Inc., a B2B marketing services company offering comprehensive communication and information services across multiple products and services, including publishing, events and data products. Eos' debt investment was sold to a financial investor in 2010.


www.selectstaffing.com
Industry: Business Services
Transaction Type: PE Credit / Distressed
Investment Year: 2009

In 2009, Eos invested in Select Staffing, a staffing company focused on the light industrial, manufacturing, distribution and clerical markets. Eos' debt investment was sold to a financial investor in 2011.


Industry: Energy
Transaction Type: Growth Equity
Investment Year: 2005

In 2005, Eos made an equity investment in VeraSun Energy Corporation, which, at that time, was the second largest producer of ethanol (based on annual capacity) in the U.S. VeraSun completed its initial public offering in 2006.


www.gcaservices.com
Industry: Business Services
Transaction Type: Recapitalization
Investment Year: 1999

In 1999, Eos invested in Associated Building Services, a leading building services company that specializes in servicing owner-occupied headquarters buildings. In 2004, ABS was sold to GCA.


www.ccsmed.com
Industry: Healthcare
Transaction Type: PE Credit / Distressed
Investment Year: 2009

In 2009, Eos invested in CCS Medical, the second largest in-home mail-order distributor of diabetic / chronic care products and supplies. The company offers its clients a comprehensive, single source solution for medical supplies, prescriptions and management services. Eos' debt investment was sold to a financial investor in 2010.


www.crsproppants.com
Industry: Energy
Transaction Type: Growth Equity
Investment Year: 2012

In 2012 Eos invested in CRS Proppants, a provider of high quality proppant to oilfield service as well as exploration and production companies for use in hydraulic fracturing of oil and gas wells. In 2014, CRS was sold to Eagle Materials (NYSE: EXP).


Industry: Energy
Transaction Type: Buyout / Acquisition Capital
Investment Year: 2003

In 2003, Eos invested in Everlast to acquire long-lived natural gas reserves in the Southeast. The company was formed by a proven CEO and management team, with whom Eos had successfully invested in the past, to address the fundamental supply / demand imbalance in the industry. Everlast was sold to a strategic buyer in 2005.


www.kisales.com
Industry: Consumer
Transaction Type: Growth Equity / Acquisition Capital
Investment Year: 2012

In 2012, Eos invested in KeyImpact Sales & Systems, Inc. a leading independent food service sales and marketing agency, providing brokerage and outsourced sales services to manufacturers of food and related products. The company was sold to a private equity sponsor in 2015.


www.newbreed.com
Industry: Logistics
Transaction Type: Recapitalization
Investment Year: 2001

In 2001, Eos invested in New Breed Logistics, a leading non-asset-based logistics business, to provide liquidity to several non-active shareholders and strengthen the company's balance sheet. Using its proprietary technology and nationwide platform, the company provided warehouse logistics services that utilized real-time data, which enabled its customers to reduce inventory and other costs throughout their supply chain. New Breed was sold to a private equity sponsor in 2005.


www.provcorp.com
Industry: Healthcare
Transaction Type: Growth Equity / Acquisition Capital
Investment Year: 1997

In 1997, Eos was invested in Providence Service Corporation (NASDQ: PRSC), a provider of social and human services on behalf of governments. Providence completed an initial public offering in 2003.


www.summitprofessionalnetworks.com
Industry: Media
Transaction Type: PE Credit / Distressed
Investment Year: 2010

In 2011, Eos invested in Summit Business Media a B2B media company offering comprehensive communication and information services to several industries, including insurance, benefits, investment advisory, tax, treasury, legal and mining. Summit was sold to a strategic in 2015.