Wirestone Poinsed to Acquire 4th Revolution

SAN FRANCISCO — Wirestone, an Emeryville, Calif.-based interactive agency, has agreed to acquire Sacramento-based 4th Revolution. The financial terms of the merger were not disclosed.

The acquisition strengthens Wirestone’s investment in California’s state capital market and expands its strategy for obtaining government clients, many of which are based in Sacramento.

4th Revolution, formerly known as The Marketing Store, is a 15-year-old Internet development and communications firm with clients like State of California, Crystal Cream & Butter Company, Agilent Technologies and General Electric.

“Through this merger we are pleased to offer our existing clients a broader set of technology-based services, while providing the same level of quality customer service,” said Lianne Morgan, CEO of 4th Revolution.

Wirestone, which currently employs more than 150 people in seven cities throughout the U.S., lists Sony U.S. Research, Motorola and Jim Beam on its client roster.