History of School Stock
Many years ago, nuns from the local school were repurposing scraps of our material they found at the town dump for student projects. Our founder, Myles, had an idea: rather than tossing leftover material that could no longer be used, why not make them available to others who want to use it? So he set up a way for the community to get leftover material directly from our facility, and the School Stock Program was born.
To this day, we donate outer wraps, end rolls and aged sample stock of our self-adhesive material to teachers and other individuals from non-profit organizations.
Our material has been used for:
- Banners to support local sports teams
- Projects for home, school and church
- Crafts for the Girls Scouts and Boy Scouts
…and so much more! We love hearing about the many ways our products help schools and organizations in the community while keeping large amounts of material from being needlessly incinerated each year. That’s what keeps our School Stock Program alive and strong, year after year.
More info on school stock
Various colors and styles of material are available on a first come first served basis. This is a self-serve service and material moves in and out of this area quickly; therefore, we cannot verify if a specific material is available.