Accuride supplies steel and aluminum wheels and wheel-end components for commercial vehicle OEM, fleet and aftermarket customers.
Dan Kilpatrick is a principal at Crestview. He has worked across a variety of industries, including media and financial services.
Dan Kilpatrick joined Crestview in 2009 after receiving an M.B.A. from Stanford Graduate School of Business, where he was an Arjay Miller Scholar. He has worked across a variety of sectors, including media and financial services. Dan also worked at Crestview during the summer of 2008. Prior to Stanford, Dan worked as a senior financial analyst for the Yale Investments Office. Dan is currently on the board of Accuride Corporation, CORE Media, Camping World Holdings, NYDJ and WOW! and was previously on the board of Symbion. Dan received a B.A., magna cum laude, from Yale University, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.
Camping World Holdings is a leading operator in the RV industry. Camping World is a multi-store dealership and retailer of RVs and outdoor accessories. Good Sam provides financing, insurance, extended warranties, roadside assistance and clubs to RV owners.
At the time of Crestview's exit, Charter was the fourth-largest cable operator in the United States. It offers traditional cable video programming, high-speed Internet, broadband cable, telephone and other services to residential and consumer customers.
CORE Media Group produces and monetizes media content based on a portfolio of brands. The company's assets include an ownership interest in the rights to the IDOLS television franchise, the So You Think You Can Dance franchise and Sharp Entertainment.
Fidelis is a start-up specialty insurance and reinsurance provider. Fidelis tactically shifts capital between insurance and investments based on market dynamics, employing an innovative approach to optimize long-term returns.
NYDJ offers denim and related apparel products targeted to the 35+ year old female demographic with average sizes of 8 to 16. The company was the first to bring "shapewear" to jeans on a large scale.
Prior to its acquisition by Surgery Partners in November 2014, Symbion owned and operated a national network of short-stay surgical facilities across many specialties.
WOW! is the sixth largest cable operator in the U.S., with over 800,000 customers in over 20 markets across the Midwest and Southeast. The company offers a full suite of residential cable and commercial services including video, telephone and data.