Preserve Brands Launches at National Stationery Show in NYC

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Exhibiting at the National Stationery Show next week at the Javitz Center, New York, May 17-21, Preserve Brands launches a high end stationery and keepsake offering to specialty retailers from the US, Europe, and Canada. Preserve Brands is perfect for the retailer seeking luxurious, eco-friendly stationery and gift offerings that appeal to modern and trend setting consumer markets.

Sampling of Preserve Paper
"There has been a gap in the marketplace…and there lies an opportunity to deliver luxurious paper products that are aesthetically pleasing to American, European, and Canadian tastes and trends and that are made in an environmentally friendly...way."

Leading a growing trend of design-driven specialty consumer good products, Preserve Brands has launched a sustainable paper goods collection into the gift and stationery markets. Partnering with top notch US retailers, Preserve is committed to providing upscale stationery and keepsake paper products to share, celebrate, and remember life’s important milestones and memories.

Preserve Brands has married sophistication with environmental consciousness. All products are rich in detail, feature distinctive textured handmade papers, vibrant color palettes, and modern designs. The product line includes “every day” and holiday gift packaging, wedding gifts and accessories, baby keepsake gifts, social stationery, writing journals, and a luxurious array of exquisite handmade papers. Preserve Brands’ product line includes exceptional keepsake products that can be used to celebrate special events or life milestones, as well as "PRESERVING" the memories that stem from them.

Preserve Brands products are sustainable paper goods, made from recycled virgin tee shirts, not trees. Our commitment to “Tees not Trees™” is heavily promoted to retailers and consumers and differentiates Preserve from some of the other fashionable, luxury products on the market today. All Preserve products are hand-made by artisans who practice the ancient art form of hand papermaking, a tradition the company intends to "PRESERVE."

Having spent a decade in the industry, Founder Sue Hickey believes that the market has been patiently waiting for exquisite handmade paper products and designs to become available domestically. “I am thrilled to announce the launch of Preserve Brands. This company has been in the works for some time now, and I believe this is the perfect time to roll out our beautiful products. There has been a gap in the marketplace… and there lies an opportunity to deliver luxurious paper products that are aesthetically pleasing to American, European, and Canadian tastes and trends and that are made in an environmentally friendly and eco-conscious way. To top it off, Preserve Brand products are luxurious and accessible, and now available domestically, meeting a pent up need that this market has had for many years.”

Patti Stracher, Vice President of the National Stationery Show, is also eager for the debut. “Preserve Brands has such an interesting story, not just around sustainability but humanity. We are thrilled to play a role in the company’s debut to the discerning buyers that shop the National Stationery Show. The craftsmanship of their products is exquisite, the range exceptional, and I have no doubt that Preserve Brands will be a show-stopper!”

Hickey and Hank Beresin, former VP of Sales for Company C and William Arthur, have now teamed up. Between Beresin’s 20+ years growing sales for highly successful companies in the industry and Hickey’s depth of knowledge in handmade paper manufacturing, product development, branding and marketing, the two are at the helm of Preserve and are planning rapid expansion over the next few years.

For more information on Preserve Brands, please visit or come see us at the 2014 National Stationery Show from May 18 to May 21, 2014 at the Javits Center in New York City, #2835-2837.

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