Lamination Depot Recognized as an Orange County Business Journal Fastest-Growing Company

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Laminating and Binding Supply Company Ranked at No. 110 With 53.9% Growth

The Orange County Business Journal has released its annual Fastest-Growing Private Companies list, recognizing the privately-owned companies based within Orange County, California that are experiencing the most substantial increases in revenue. Lamination Depot ranks no. 110 on the list.

To evaluate the growth of a business, the Orange County Business Journal compared the revenue generated from July 2011 through June 2012 to that of the same period two years ago. Lamination Depot had a two-year revenue growth of 53.9%, increasing sales from $1.6 million to $2.5 million.

“Orange County has become a hub for businesses of all kinds – from small tech start-ups looking to create the next big thing to well-established brands with thousands of employees – which makes being recognized by the Orange County Business Journal especially meaningful,” says Paul Godfrey, Founder and President of Lamination Depot. “Being named to their list of the fastest-growing companies in Orange County is a distinction that we are extremely proud to hold.”

To learn more about the Orange County Business Journal or their annual Top 150 Fast-Growing Private Companies list, visit http://www.ocbj.com.

About Lamination Depot
Founded in 2002, Lamination Depot sells high quality laminating and binding supplies and equipment at deeply discounted prices. By purchasing products in large quantities directly from the manufacturers and packaging supplies in inexpensive, plain, corrugated boxes, they are able to offer consumers savings of 50-70% as compared to traditional office supply stores. With a focus on superior customer service, Lamination Depot has garnered recognition from both Yahoo Shopping and the Better Business Bureau, where they currently maintain an “A+” rating for reliability. Learn more about Lamination Depot by visiting http://www.laminationdepot.com.

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