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Gardere Represents Bottle Rocket Apps in Acquisition

11.08.13

Bottle Rocket Apps, a full-service mobile solution provider, announced its acquisition by WPP, the world's largest communications services group. Since its founding in early 2008, Bottle Rocket Apps has developed more than 150 iPhone, iPad and Android apps for leading brands.

"I, along with my fellow Rocketeers, am thrilled with this development," said Bottle Rocket CEO Calvin Carter. "Bottle Rocket will remain as a separate company under my leadership and we will maintain our culture, our products, our services, our offices, our focus and our clients. We will continue to deliver the quality of work our customers expect from us, but now with much more horsepower, capacity and capabilities."

Gardere Attorneys Michael H. Newman, Lawrence B. Goldstein, Glenn T. Singleton, T. Mark Edwards, Michael J. Donohue, Jason R. Fulmer and Terrell R. Miller represented Bottle Rocket Apps.

More information about this acquisition can be found here on Mr. Carter's Bottle Rocket blog.

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