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Dec 07

Review&Giveaway: MadPark Journal

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I received the following item(s) for in exchange for a fair and honest review. Although I received the item for review, the opinions stated are 100% my own.

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The Madison Park Group sells items from a few different product lines. The product lines are: Madison Park greetings, Shannon Martin, Ipop, I can has cheezburger?, Linnea Design, Wooster & Prince, KOCO New York, Roger La Borde, Party Partners, Mogo, Mudlark.  

Here is some information about the company.

The history of The Madison Park Group can be traced back to 1977 when Judi Jacobsen began selling her paintings at local art fairs and soon co-founded Lucy & Me, one of the earliest specialty greeting card companies in the USA.  The company later relocated across town to Seattle’s Capitol Hill and was renamed Madison Park Greetings, after a nearby idyllic community on the shores of Lake Washington. 

In 1997, Judi’s son Brian Jacobsen and his childhood friend Glen Biely took over the management of the company, expanding the product line while also teaming up with other companies in the industry through strategic manufacturing and distribution arrangements.  In 2010, the company changed its name to The Madison Park Group to better reflect the growing number of diverse companies under its management.  Each partner company retains ownership, branding, and creative control, while benefiting from The Madison Park Group’s infrastructure, sourcing, sales/marketing, and industry expertise.

Collectively, The Madison Park Group and its partner companies sell a wide range of stationery, gift, and accessories products to over 6,000 retailers across the country. Many of our products are also available via distributors in other countries including Canada, England, Australia, Japan and New Zealand.

In 2012 The Madison Park Group was acquired by Southworth Company, a leader in the fine paper industry for over 170 years. United by a common business culture, Southworth and The Madison Park Group look forward to continuing to work with their partners and retailers to bring new and innovative products to the social expressions marketplace.

I was able to review the Magenta Flower Journal from the KOCO New York line. 

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Product Description: Each of our generously sized spiral bound journals has 150 gray-lined pages. Two pockets, one in the front and one in the back, will keep you organized and the elastic band closure keeps it tidy. With KOCO NY’s signature ‘word+image’ art on the outer cover and black & white poetic manifestos on the inside covers.

This is a beautiful journal that comes with an elastic band to either keep it closed or to mark your place in the journal. The lined pages offer enough room to share your thoughts, or schedule for the day. Each page has a spot for the date. 

I love that it’s spiral bound. Since it is, it makes it much easier to write in the journal when it gets to the center of the journal.

This is perfect for both adults and teenagers. It would make a great gift with a grown up look.

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About the author

Gina

Hi, I’m Gina and owner of this blog. I'm married with numerous nieces and a nephews. I live in the Pittsburgh PA area. To work with me for a review for you, contact me at: libraryofreviews@gmail.com

3 comments

  1. kim burnett

    I also like the Magnetic Bookmarks

  2. angel d

    Smile a Lot Travel Mug

  3. Lauren E.

    The I can haz cheezburger magnetic bookmarks seem really nifty

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