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For nearly 100 years, Hallmark Cards, Inc. has helped people connect with one another and give voice to their feelings. Our employees are personally p.. read moreassionate about caring, creativity, quality and innovation, values that have guided us from the start and remain at our core. We're best known for greeting cards, but we're much more than that. Our products include paper party supplies, gifts and wrapping paper… ornaments and decorative items for the home… memory-keeping picture frames, albums and scrapbooks… e-cards and customized photo cards... even a cable television channel. We're with you at holidays and any-days, at your most important milestones and unexpected occasions, when you want to share a laugh and when you seek to offer comfort. We're privately held, and committed to remaining so. We're family-owned with third-generation family leadership taking us into the 21st century. Shoppers walking in Hallmark StoreHallmark Gold Crown stores are in neighborhoods across the country. We've grown from two shoeboxes of postcards into a $4.3 billion company. Our products can be found in 100 countries around the world and in more than 41,500 stores in the United States alone. Our flagship retail partners are some 3,400 Hallmark Gold Crown® stores that offer the widest selection of our products in communities across the U.S. Most of them are independently owned by local entrepreneurs who care about their communities as much as we care about ours. Our roots extend deep in Kansas City, Mo., our corporate headquarters. We have manufacturing and distribution facilities in Missouri, Kansas, Connecticut, Georgia, Texas and Illinois and are active in helping build healthy communities in the cities and towns where our employees live and work. Our subsidiaries, like Crayola and William Arthur in addition to several greeting card companies, are our partners in good corporate citizenship. Creativity, innovation, quality and caring have guided our decisions and earned us the trust of people who work with us, buy our products and live in the communities we call home. It's a trust we intend to keep.
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