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Company Folders, Inc. Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Press release from the issuing company

Company Folders, Inc. has announced that it's celebrating its 10th anniversary. Over the past decade, the company has received over 10,000 projects and printed over 7 million folders. To commemorate the occasion, the company is offering a 10% discount on orders for the next week; it will be automatically applied to any order placed before 6 PM EST on December 6, 2013. 

Company Folders' very first client was David Adler, founder of Stay Green, a sprinkler and landscape lighting company based in Southfield, MI. It was actually Adler who first coined the name of the business by referring to his finished products as "company folders" in conversations with CEO Vladimir Gendelman.

"Branded materials have given me a tremendous advantage over my competitors," said Adler. "To this day, I always come back to Company Folders because they keep our marketing collateral looking consistent and updated. I trust that they'll give me the very best quality every time."

Company Folders has undergone radical improvements over the past decade. It now uses a highly meticulous, multi-tiered quality control process to ensure that clients always receive the best printed products. It also offers free samples so that potential clients can touch and feel the products' quality for themselves. The company's selection of products and product options has expanded massively, with over 15 million possible variations. Additionally, its website has been updated with helpful resources, including an informative blog, the inspirational Folder Design Gallery, and a huge collection of both folder design templates and die-cut folder templates.

"I'm looking forward to another ten years and more as we continue to grow and improve every day," said Gendelman. "We're committed to remaining a top quality folder supplier and continuing to stay on top of new technology and trends. We're also looking at ways to further engage with academic institutions."


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