Ideal Stationers Celebrates Earth Day

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In honor of Earth Day, Ideal Stationers has specials on Earth-friendly products and gifts in store.

Ideal Stationers’ Earth Day celebrations are in full swing. Earth Day is April 22 and Ideal Stationers is celebrating with specials on a wide variety of products. April 22, 2013 marks the 43rd anniversary of Earth Day.

There are over 30 Earth-friendly recycled products on sale, including recycled copy paper. They also have Pilot bottle pens that are made from recycled bottles and a selection of 3M Post-it notes in lots of fun colors. Post-it notes were also recently updated to be even more eco-friendly with a plant-based adhesive. Ideal Stationers will also have the usual recycled items in store as well, like file folders, notebooks, address labels, paper clips, envelopes and more.

Ideal Stationers isn’t just a stationery store. They also have a great selection of novelty and gift items, like Webkinz, Melissa and Doug products, puzzles, games, stickers and Floppets. They’re the perfect spot to pick up a unique gift for someone special.

Ideal Stationers has three locations to serve the San Francisco North Bay area: Ideal Mill Valley at 1212 Strawberry Village, Ideal San Rafael at 170 Northgate One, and Ideal Novato at 1727 Grant Ave. To keep updated on all things Ideal, please visit their Facebook page:

About the company:
Ideal Stationers is a business well known to Marin County residents. They presently operate three retail stores, offering office products, personalized stationary and unique gifts. Ideal Stationers is competitive with the superstores because of its membership in a buying group with over $7 billion in purchasing power.

Today, 30 people are employed at Ideal Stationers. Employees are committed to understanding their customers’ needs and serving them with pride and excellence. With a rich tradition of putting customers and employees first, they believe in strong loyalties and long-term relationships. As a result, the company has achieved steady growth throughout the area.

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