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These excerpts taken from the IBI 10-K filed Feb 25, 2009.

Background

        In December 2004, the Company completed its initial public offering (the "IPO"). Immediately prior to the closing of the IPO, a reincorporation merger occurred and the Company became the holding company of the Interline group of businesses, including its principal operating subsidiary, Interline Brands, Inc., a New Jersey corporation ("Interline New Jersey").

Background

        In December 2004, the Company completed its initial public offering (the "IPO"). Immediately prior to the closing of the IPO, a reincorporation merger occurred and the Company became the holding company of the Interline group of businesses, including its principal operating subsidiary, Interline Brands, Inc., a New Jersey corporation ("Interline New Jersey").

Background

        In December 2004, the Company completed its initial public offering (the "IPO"). Immediately prior to the closing of the IPO, a reincorporation merger occurred and the Company became the holding company of the Interline group of businesses, including its principal operating subsidiary, Interline Brands, Inc., a New Jersey corporation ("Interline New Jersey").

Background



        In December 2004, the Company completed its initial public offering (the "IPO"). Immediately prior to the closing of the IPO, a
reincorporation merger occurred and the Company became the holding company of the Interline group of businesses, including its principal operating subsidiary, Interline Brands, Inc., a New
Jersey corporation ("Interline New Jersey").



Background



        In December 2004, the Company completed its initial public offering (the "IPO"). Immediately prior to the closing of the IPO, a
reincorporation merger occurred and the Company became the holding company of the Interline group of businesses, including its principal operating subsidiary, Interline Brands, Inc., a New
Jersey corporation ("Interline New Jersey").



These excerpts taken from the IBI 10-K filed Feb 26, 2008.

Background

        In December 2004, the Company completed its initial public offering (the "IPO"). Immediately prior to the closing of the IPO, a reincorporation merger occurred and the Company became the holding company of the Interline group of businesses, including its principal operating subsidiary, Interline Brands, Inc., a New Jersey corporation ("Interline New Jersey").

Background



        In December 2004, the Company completed its initial public offering (the "IPO"). Immediately prior to the closing of the IPO, a reincorporation merger occurred
and the Company became the holding company of the Interline group of businesses, including its principal operating subsidiary, Interline Brands, Inc., a New Jersey corporation ("Interline New
Jersey").



This excerpt taken from the IBI 10-K filed Mar 14, 2006.

Our Background

We originally conducted our business through Wilmar Industries, Inc., a New Jersey corporation incorporated in 1978, and initially focused on marketing and distributing maintenance, repair and operations, or MRO, products to multi-family housing facilities. In January 1996, Wilmar Industries successfully completed an initial public offering. From 1996 through 1999, it acquired several MRO distribution companies, including the Sexauer Group.

In May 2000, an investor group consisting of affiliates of Parthenon Capital, Chase Capital Partners (now known as J.P. Morgan Partners, LLC, or JPMorgan Partners), The Chase Manhattan Bank (now known as JPMorgan Chase Bank) as trustee for First Plaza Group Trust (a General Motors Pension Fund), Sterling Investment Partners, L.P., and certain other investors, including members of management, acquired Wilmar in a buy-out of the public shareholders of Wilmar pursuant to a going-private merger and recapitalization transaction, which we refer to as “the Going-Private Transaction”.

In September 2000, we completed our acquisition of Barnett Inc., which we refer to as the “Barnett Acquisition”, and in June 2001, we were renamed Interline Brands, Inc. In November 2003, we acquired Florida Lighting, a direct marketer and distributor of lighting and electrical products based in Pompano Beach, Florida. In December 2004, as a result of a reincorporation merger in connection with our Initial Public Offering, or IPO, Interline Brands, Inc., a Delaware corporation and the reporting entity for purposes of this Annual Report on Form 10-K, became the sole shareholder of Interline Brands, Inc., a New Jersey corporation, an entity through which we conduct our business. The reincorporation merger is described in more detail below under “Item 7. Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations—Liquidity and Capital Resources—The Initial Public Offering and Related Transactions.”  In July 2005, as part of our acquisition strategy, we acquired CCS Enterprises, Inc., which we refer to as “Copperfield.”  Copperfield is a national distributor and direct marketer of specialty ventilation and chimney maintenance products and is headquartered in Fairfield, Iowa. (See “Significant Transactions” in the accompanying notes to the audited consolidated financial statements.)

In this document, unless otherwise indicated, “we” refers to Interline Brands, Inc., a Delaware corporation, and its consolidated subsidiaries; and “Interline Opco” or “Interline New Jersey” refers to Interline Brands, Inc., a New Jersey corporation through which we conduct our business.

This excerpt taken from the IBI 10-K filed Apr 15, 2005.
Our Background

We originally conducted our business through Wilmar Industries, Inc., a New Jersey corporation incorporated in 1978, and initially focused on marketing and distributing maintenance, repair and operations, or “MRO”, products to multi-family housing facilities. In January 1996, Wilmar Industries successfully completed an initial public offering. From 1996 through 1999, it acquired several MRO distribution companies, including the Sexauer Group.

In May 2000, an investor group consisting of affiliates of Parthenon Capital, Chase Capital Partners (now known as J.P. Morgan Partners, LLC, or JPMorgan Partners), The Chase Manhattan Bank (now known as JPMorgan Chase Bank) as trustee for First Plaza Group Trust (a General Motors Pension Fund), Sterling Investment Partners, L.P., and certain other investors, including members of management, acquired Wilmar in a buy-out of the public shareholders of Wilmar pursuant to a going-private merger and recapitalization transaction, which we refer to as “the Going-Private Transaction”.

In September 2000, we completed our acquisition of Barnett Inc., which we refer to as the “Barnett Acquisition”, and in June 2001, we were renamed Interline Brands, Inc. In November 2003, we acquired Florida Lighting, a direct marketer and distributor of lighting and electrical products based in Pompano Beach, Florida. In December 2004, as a result of a reincorporation merger in connection with our Initial Public Offering (IPO), Interline Brands, Inc., a Delaware corporation and the reporting entity for purposes of this Annual Report on Form 10-K, became the sole shareholder of Interline Brands, Inc., the New Jersey corporation and entity through which we conduct our business. The reincorporation merger is described in more detail below under “Item 7. Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations—Liquidity and Capital Resources—The Initial Public Offering and Related Transactions.” In this document, unless otherwise indicated, “we” refers to Interline Brands, Inc., a Delaware corporation, and its consolidated subsidiaries; and “Interline Opco” or “Interline New Jersey” refers to Interline Brands, Inc., a New Jersey corporation through which our business is conducted. (See “Note 4: Significant Transactions” in the accompanying notes to the audited consolidated financial statements.)

This excerpt taken from the IBI 10-K filed Mar 31, 2005.
Our Background

We originally conducted our business through Wilmar Industries, Inc., a New Jersey corporation incorporated in 1978, and initially focused on marketing and distributing maintenance, repair and operations, or “MRO”, products to multi-family housing facilities. In January 1996, Wilmar Industries successfully completed an initial public offering. From 1996 through 1999, it acquired several MRO distribution companies, including the Sexauer Group.

In May 2000, an investor group consisting of affiliates of Parthenon Capital, Chase Capital Partners (now known as J.P. Morgan Partners, LLC, or JPMorgan Partners), The Chase Manhattan Bank (now known as JPMorgan Chase Bank) as trustee for First Plaza Group Trust (a General Motors Pension Fund), Sterling Investment Partners, L.P., and certain other investors, including members of management, acquired Wilmar in a buy-out of the public shareholders of Wilmar pursuant to a going-private merger and recapitalization transaction, which we refer to as “the Going-Private Transaction”.

In September 2000, we completed our acquisition of Barnett Inc., which we refer to as the “Barnett Acquisition”, and in June 2001, we were renamed Interline Brands, Inc. In November 2003, we acquired Florida Lighting, a direct marketer and distributor of lighting and electrical products based in Pompano Beach, Florida. In December 2004, as a result of a reincorporation merger in connection with our Initial Public Offering (IPO), Interline Brands, Inc., a Delaware corporation and the reporting entity for purposes of this Annual Report on Form 10-K, became the sole shareholder of Interline Brands, Inc., the New Jersey corporation and entity through which we conduct our business. The reincorporation merger is described in more detail below under “Item 7. Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations—Liquidity and Capital Resources—The Initial Public Offering and Related Transactions.” In this document, unless otherwise indicated, “we” refers to Interline Brands, Inc., a Delaware corporation, and its consolidated subsidiaries; and “Interline Opco” or “Interline New Jersey” refers to Interline Brands, Inc., a New Jersey corporation through which our business is conducted. (See “Note 4: Significant Transactions” in the accompanying notes to the audited consolidated financial statements.)

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