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AccessParks, Private Equity Partner for RV, National Park Broadband Expansion

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M/C Partners, a private equity firm focused on digital infrastructure and technology services sectors, announced a significant growth investment in AccessParks.

Established in 2016, the company provides high-performance broadband connectivity to RV parks, national and state parks, and manufactured housing communities (MHC) nationwide. The investment will drive accelerated growth across AccessParks’ business lines and capital for strategic acquisitions, it said.

“The M/C Partners team brings incredible knowledge and resources that will allow us to continue to push the envelope in technology, performance and support,” said AccessParks founder Tim Rout. “We are thrilled to execute further technological innovations that will delight customers as we continue our rapid growth that cements our role as the market leader.”

Rout and the existing management team will work alongside Alan Rosenberg, who has joined AccessParks as CEO. Rosenburg brings deep experience leading internet operators through exponential expansion, most recently as CEO of Upstream Network and before that as CEO of Business Only Broadband.

Founder and former CEO Rout and Chief Operating Officer Tony Perkins will maintain leadership roles within the company.

“I’m excited to join this innovative team and lead the scaling of our accelerated growth and operational platform,” said Rosenberg.

“There has been a massive surge in Americans visiting the outdoors, and AccessParks has been changing industry expectations for quality and reliability of connectivity in the industry,” said Brian Clark, managing partner at M/C Partners. “AccessParks’ deep understanding of this industry and commitment to exceptional client experience is essential to being a market leader.”

This partnership between M/C Partners and AccessParks will drive innovation and growth by bringing new broadband solutions to the outdoor hospitality and manufactured housing markets, the companies said.

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