Master Z’s acquires Danny Vegh’s in Glendale

Allows rec room retailer to expand presence in region

Waukesha-based rec room products retailer Master Z’s has acquired the Glendale branch of Mayfield Hts., Ohio-based Danny Vegh’s.

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The 4,500-square-foot Danny Vegh’s store, which offers a similar product line including bar stools, darts, foosball, patio furniture, ping pong and pool tables, is located at 540 W. Silver Spring Drive, in the Bayshore Town Center. The company also has three stores in Ohio.

Jim Lindenberg, who owns Master Z’s and Legends of the Field, has been expanding Master Z’s since he purchased it in September. He also recently acquired Wauwatosa bobblehead supplier BB’s Bobbles. In November, Master Z’s purchased additional land for future expansion.

“I see good opportunities out there to grow the business, to grow the product line, to grow the sales, so there’s just a lot of good opportunities out there right now,” Lindenberg said.

Master Z’s will now have a northeast location at Bayshore and a southwest location in Waukesha. Legends of the Field’s Greenfield location is being consolidated into the Waukesha Master Z’s space. Legends of the Field bobbleheads, canvases, and sports memorabilia will be sold in Master Z’s stores.

“Where it makes sense, you listen to the wants and needs of your customers and your employees and your vendors and then add those products and locations and services,” Lindenberg said.

Master Z’s and Legends of the Field have 12 full-time and six part-time employees.

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Molly Dill, former BizTimes Milwaukee managing editor.

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