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Crozier Fine Arts acquires Fairfield Fine ArtJune 8, 2016
We are pleased to announce that Crozier Fine Arts has acquired Fairfield Fine Art through an asset purchase agreement. As of June 1, 2016, Fairfield Fine Art will become Crozier Fine Arts.
Located in Ridgefield, Connecticut, Crozier’s newest addition serves the greater southwestern Connecticut arts community. The Fairfield County facility exceeds all fine art industry standards, making it an approved and recommended storage facility by insurance companies worldwide. This adds a seventh storage location to Crozier’s network of art facilities, all of which are linked by regular fine art transport services.
Combining Fairfield Fine Art and Crozier Fine Arts is a natural development given our geographic overlap servicing art collectors, galleries and museums in Connecticut and Westchester County. Further, both companies have focused on developing and maintaining art storage best practices. The mandate of our dedicated art handling team is superb service. We are pleased that the entire Fairfield staff has chosen to join Crozier.
Please speak with your regular Crozier contact or Jennifer Norton - firstname.lastname@example.org, 212.741.2024 - with any questions that you may have.
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