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A.T. Cross Company engages in the manufacture and marketing of writing instruments under the Cross, Penatia, Omni by Cross, and Bill Blass brands. The company operates through, Writing Instruments and Accessories (WIA), and Optical segments. The WIA segment manufactures and markets writing instruments, such as ball-point pens, fountain pens, and selectip rolling ball pens, which accommodate various types of refills, as well as mechanical pencils and writing instrument accessories. In addition, the company operates as an original equipment manufacturer of writing instruments and of digital pens used with personal computers. Further, it designs and markets a line of watches; desk jets; and offers business accessories, such as pad portfolios, personal digital assistant cases, business card cases, key rings, letter openers, and money clips. The Optical segment designs, manufactures, and markets polarized eyewear under the brand name Costa Del Mar. The company sells its products throughout the United States by its direct sales force and manufacturer's agents or representatives to retail and wholesale accounts. Retail accounts include gift stores, department stores, jewelers, stationery, office supply and pen specialty stores, mass merchandisers, catalogue showrooms, the United States military post exchanges, service centers, and central buying operations; as well as optical and sunglass specialty shops, department stores, and sporting goods retailers. The company has operations in the Americas, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. A.T. Cross was founded in 1846 and is headquartered in Lincoln, Rhode Island.


Franklin Covey Co. operates in the performance skills industry in the United States and internationally. It provides integrated consulting, training, and performance enhancement solutions to organizations and individuals in strategy execution, productivity, leadership, sales force effectiveness, communications, and other areas. The company's integrated solutions might include components of training and consulting, assessment, and other application tools that are available in electronic or paper-based formats. It offers FranklinCovey planning system in various sizes and consists of daily or weekly formats with appointment schedules, prioritized daily task lists, monthly calendars, daily notes, and personal management pages for an entire year. The company's FranklinCovey planning system also includes binders and business cases in various materials, styles, and sizes. In addition, the company provides training curricula, measurement services, and implementation tools through directly operated offices, or through licensed providers. Further, it offers accessories and related products, including third-party books, videotapes, and audio cassettes focusing on time management, leadership, personal improvement, and other topics, as well as markets various content-based personal development products, such as books, multitape, CDs and workbook sets, CD-ROM software products, and calendars. The company's products and services are available through professional consulting services, public workshops, retail stores, catalogs, and the Internet. The company has strategic alliances with various companies for the distribution of its products and services. As of August 31, 2005, it operated 105 retail stores. Franklin Covey was formed in 1983 and is headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah.


Acme United Corporation engages in the manufacture and sale of cutting devices, measuring instruments, and safety products for school, office, and home use in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Asia. It sells scissors, shears, guillotine paper trimmers, rotary paper trimmers, rotary cutters, hobby knives and blades, utility knives, medical cutting instruments, rulers, math tools, tape measures, first aid kits, personal protection products, and over-the-counter medication refills. The company sells its products through independent manufacturer representatives and direct sales force to wholesale, contract, and retail stationery distributors, office supply super stores, school supply distributors, and mass market retailers. Acme United was organized in 1867. It changed its name to The Acme Shear Company in 1882 and to Acme United Corporation in 1971. The company is headquartered in Fairfield, Connecticut.


ACCO Brands Corporation engages in the design, development, manufacture, and marketing of branded office products to the office products resale industry worldwide. It has four segments: Office Products; Computer Products; Commercial and Industrial, and Print Finishing; and Other Commercial. The Office Products segment offers workspace tools, including stapling and punch products; visual communication products, such as dry erase boards, easels, laser pointers, and overhead projectors; document communication products, consisting of office and personal use binding and laminating machines; storage and organization products, such as storage bindery, filing systems, storage boxes, and business essentials; and other supplies to commercial contract stationers, office products superstores, wholesalers, distributors, mail order catalogs, mass merchandisers, club stores, and independent dealers. The Computer Products segment provides accessory products, such as security locks and power adapters for laptop computers; input devices, such as wireless mice and keyboards; computer cases; accessories for Apple iPod products; and other computer accessories for personal computers and mobile devices. It markets its products to consumer electronic retailers, information technology value added resellers, original equipment manufacturers, mass merchandisers, and office products retailers. The Commercial and Industrial, and Print Finishing segment offers thermal and pressure-sensitive laminating films; mid-range and commercial high-speed laminators; large-format digital print laminators; and other automated finishing products. The Other Commercial segment offers binding and laminating equipment, supplies, and after-sales service to commercial and corporate users; and personal organization tools and products, such as Day-Timer calendars directly to consumers, as well as through retailers and commercial dealers. The company was founded in 1947 and is headquartered in Lincolnshire, Illinois.


The Standard Register Company provides information solutions for the healthcare, financial services, insurance, pharmaceutical, manufacturing, and transportation industries in the United States and Canada. The company operates in four segments: Document and Label Solutions, Print-on-Demand (POD) Services, InSystems, and Digital Solutions. The Document and Label Solutions segment offers custom printed documents and labels, integrated document systems, business supplies, and distribution services for financial transactions, inventory control, product identification, distribution, regulatory compliance, healthcare, and other applications. The company also produces pressure-sensitive labels, including flexographic, screen, and offset printed labels; automatic identification and data collection systems (bar coding); compliance labels; and variable image products. The POD Services segment provides customers with information and marketing materials, such as billing and statement solutions, electronic document presentment, one-to-one marketing communications, Web-based information request fulfillment, customer information kits (cards, policies, statements, and manuals), and quick print production (print-on demand). The InSysytems segment provides InSystems Calligo, an integrated document automation software solution and InSystems Tracker, a compliance software application that automates the product development and states compliance filing process. The Digital Solutions segment offers ExpeData, a digital pen and paper technology, which converts the writing into a digital format; SMARTworks that operates as an Application Service Provider; and PathForward, which designs enterprise document strategies, as well as provides software integration and implementation services, and sourcing management. The Standard Register Company was founded in 1912 by John Q. Sherman. The company is headquartered in Dayton, Ohio.


Ennis, Inc. engages in printing and constructing a line of business forms and other business products, as well as in manufacturing a line of activewear for distribution in North America. It operates through four segments: Forms Solutions Group, Promotional Solutions Group, Financial Solutions Group, and Apparel Solutions Group. The Forms Solutions Group primarily manufactures and sells business forms and other printed business products. The Promotional Solutions Group designs, produces, and distributes printed and electronic media, presentation products, flexographic printing, advertising specialties, and Post-it Notes. The Financial Solutions Group designs, manufactures, and markets printed forms, as well as offers internal bank forms, secure and negotiable documents, and custom products. The Apparel Solutions Group manufactures and distributes t-shirts and other activewear apparel. The company distributes its products through print distributors, stationers, quick printers, computer software developers, activewear wholesalers, screen printers, and advertising agencies. Ennis was founded in 1909. It was formerly known as Ennis Business Forms, Inc. and changed its name to Ennis, Inc. in 2004. The company is based in Midlothian, Texas.


Tufco Technologies, Inc. provides wide Web flexographic printing services. It also offers wet and dry wipe converting, hot melt adhesive laminating, folding, integrated downstream packaging, and onsite quality and microbiological process management services. In addition, the company engages in the manufacture and distribution of business imaging paper products. It markets its products and services through its sales and customer service employees, manufacturer's representatives, and distributors. Tufco Technologies operates in Green Bay, Wisconsin and Newton, North Carolina. The company was founded in 1974 and is headquartered in Green Bay, Wisconsin.


OfficeMax Incorporated provides office supplies, technology products and solutions, and furniture to businesses and consumers in the United States. The company distributes a line of office products, which include office supplies, and paper, print, and document services; technology products and solutions; and office furniture to corporate, government, and small and medium sized offices. It markets and sells products through field salespeople, outbound telesales, catalogs, Internet, and office products stores. As of December 31, 2004, OfficeMax operated 68 distribution centers, 100 stores, and 935 superstores in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Mexico. The company was organized as Boise Payette Lumber Company in 1931 and changed its name to Boise Cascade Corporation in 1957. Further, Boise Cascade changed its name to OfficeMax, Inc. in 2003. OfficeMax is headquartered in Itasca, Illinois.