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School Health Corporation Acquires EnableMart to Expand Product Offering Into Schools
Date:1/12/2012

h. "Through our acquisition of EnableMart, we can help give students with special needs that opportunity with assistive technology."

About School Health Corporation

School Health Corporation (http://www.schoolhealth.com) is the leading supplier of health supplies and equipment to schools. More than 95% of the top 500 school districts and largest universities in the United States purchase their products from the company annually. School Health offers customers more than 20,000 products from over 600 manufacturers. This third-generation, family-owned business was founded in 1957 and currently employs more than 100 people.

About EnableMart

EnableMart (http://www.enablemart.com) is a worldwide leader in assistive technology distribution. The company has deep expertise in technology for special education and is listed as an approved vendor in most school districts throughout the U.S. EnableMart provides over 3,000 assistive technology and assistive living devices from over 200 manufacturers to customers in all 50 States and over 45 countries worldwide. EnableMart continually seeks out and provides the best assistive technology products at the most affordable prices and remains steadfast in its mission to improve the lives of individuals with disabilities.

About MidCap Advisors, LLC

MidCap Advisors, LLC (MidCap) is a boutique investment banking firm that provides innovative and results-oriented  merger & acquisition, strategic planning, and business valuation services to clients nationwide.

School Health Contact:

Rob Rogers
Chief Operating Officer
630-339-7917

EnableMart Contact:

David Lindmeir
Chief Executive Officer
888-640-1999

MidCap Advisors Contact:

Rich Jackim
Managing Director
224-513-5142

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