Magee, now operating under the name of Pinnacle Art and Frame, continued its aggressive growth throughout the 1980s and 90s, expanding alongside several up-and-coming retail partners thanks to vast improvements in manufacturing processes and efficiencies.
In December 2002, Magee was acquired by Newcastle Partners, a Dallas private equity fund, and the company was renamed Pinnacle Frames & Accents.
In the winter of 2005, Pinnacle relocated its corporate and creative offices to Austin, Texas. Two years later, Pinnacle drastically expanded its logistical capabilities with a new 425,000-square-foot warehouse and distribution facility in Pocahontas. And in the spring of 2008, Pinnacle acquired Thompson Products of Lakeville, Massachusetts to expand its photo album offering.
In 2011, the company became part of the Nielsen Bainbridge Group, completing its journey from one-room enterprise in small-town Arkansas to an industry leader with operations throughout the world.