Ave Maria Acquires Forest of Peace, RCL Enterprises Imprints

September 2003
Book Publishing Report;Sep2003, Vol. 28 Issue 33, p6
Trade Publication
Reports that Catholic book publisher Ave Maria Press has revealed that it is in the process of purchasing Forest of Peace Publishing along with Thomas More and Christian Classics imprint of RCL Enterprise in the United States. Significance of the strategic acquisition for both companies; Impetus behind the decision of the company to purchase said companies; Schedule of the completion of Forest of Peace's acquisition.


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