The addition of the company expands MCA’s footprint to 65 locations across Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia. Commtronics has served Virginia and North Carolina wireless customers since it was founded as Lowe Electronics in 1957, according to a news release.
"We are excited for Commtronics to join the MCA family," said Vince Foody, CEO of MCA. "Commtronics has over 60 years of experience servicing the commonwealth of Virginia. Their outstanding reputation and technical expertise strengthen our ability to better serve the Virginia region."
MCA is a Motorola partner that connects more than 30,000 customers to wireless communication solutions, the release said.
Commtronics CEO Dale Ramey and President Kevin Ramey call the acquisition a “perfect fit” thanks to the expanded solutions offered through MCA and Commtronics’ technical service focus.
“We look forward to joining the ever-expanding MCA team," Ramey said in the release. “The acquisition will be a win-win-win solution for our customers, employees, and the Commtronics/MCA organizations.”p