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SRS Acquisition Corp. Announces Expansion to North Chicago

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SRS Acquisition Corp. announced recently that it is opening two new locations.

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The first is another Wilson Wholesale location in metro Chicago to better service the North Chicago market. Located in Schaumburg, Ill., it will complement its existing Naperville, Ill., location southwest of Chicago.

In addition, SRS is also opening a facility in Oklahoma City under the Southern Shingles banner. Both locations carry a full line of residential and commercial roofing products.

The Schaumburg location will service the entire Northern Chicago and Southern Wisconsin corridor and the Oklahoma City location will service central Oklahoma.

In addition, SRS announced the promotion of two branch managers from within its organization to lead the new facilities.

Kevin Clinge, who has worked for Wilson Wholesale in Chicago for 23 years, will be the branch manager of the new Schaumburg location and he will report directly to Bill Wilson.

Clinge has spent 21 years in the North Chicago market.


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