Crane Expands Line of Thoughtful and Useful Corporate Gifts

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Leading stationer's on-line store at provides a complete selection of business gifts for the upcoming holiday season.

Over the past 30 years or so, we have read many times of the looming

Crane & Co. has expanded its offerings for corporate gifts both personal and professional, just in time for the holiday season. Crane has been the leading business stationer since it was founded in 1801, and today brings innovative ideas for the 21st-century business person.

"Gifts for customers, vendors, employees and associates during the holiday season are an important element of marketing yourself and your business," said Megan Kuntze, senior marking manager at Crane. "The gift of stationery has long been favored in the world of business, and that remains true today. "But demand for a wide range of business gift items has led us to greatly expand our offerings this year."

Fine writing instruments and accessories from Cross, Waterman and Conklin are complemented by designer-inspired sets by Acme Writing Tools and Retro 51. For the 2007 holiday season, Crane offers more than 140 pens, with dozens of accessories, cases and gift sets.

"In this world filled with e-mail, we are finding a significant return to putting pen to paper," said Kuntze, "And not just for business correspondence, but with the tools that organize our daily lives." To meet this demand, Crane has created an extensive line of organizers, journals, and address books for gifts that are both thoughtful and useful in a wide range of styles and prices.

"Over the past 30 years or so, we have read many times of the looming "paperless society," said Kuntze. "But the business world is using more paper than ever before. Hence our selection of stationery, desk accessories, including paperweights, jotter cards, bookends, card-holders and, yes, letter openers, are even more relevant today."

"And furthermore the stationery you choose can also convey a powerful message about your commitment to quality and a better environment," adds Kuntze.

Crane has been making stationery from 100% percent cotton, tree-free papers for more than 200 years. Crane's cotton papers are made from fibers recovered from the textile and cottonseed industries; fibers that would otherwise be destined for the landfill, but happen to make the finest-quality paper available.

By selecting tree-free stationery you can send a meaningful message about a more positive and optimistic future for our forests and a dedication to a healthier environment.

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For more than two centuries, Crane & Co. has been country's leading maker of fine 100 percent cotton stationery for social and business correspondence. Crane stationery is sold nationwide through a network of more than 2,000 independent retailers, as well as through printers, engravers and paper merchants. The Crane watermark remains the most significant mark of uncompromising quality, symbolizing the pride and personal touch of the stationer. Founded in 1801, the company's roots extend to the birth of the nation. It was at Crane's Liberty Mill that paper was made for Paul Revere to engrave colonial currency in 1776. Crane has made the distinctive paper for United States currency since 1879. The company continues to be owned and managed by members of the sixth and seventh generations of the Crane family.


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