This week, Staples-owned Quill.com rolled out Dunder Mifflin paper, an actual physical product based on the popular NBC television show The Office.
For $34.99, you can purchase up to three reams of paper (any quantities over that the price jumps to $39.99.) The Hollywood Reporter notes that the licensing deal with NBCUniversal is set for two-years and as part of the agreement the company will get approximately 6% of revenue.
Recent statistics show that paper sales have been down about 3% each year for the past few years due to emails and the Internet. Are we getting closet to the paper-less society?
Formerly starring Steve Carell, the show is a mockumentary, depicting the everyday lives of office employees in a Scranton, Pennsylvania, branch of the fictional Dunder Mifflin Paper Company.
How to organize all The Office paper:
Need help with office organization technique? Check out our how to organize your office video. To create usability and visual access, we suggest the following organizing accessories, all available at Organize.com.
Bamboo file organizer $39.99. Great for your desktop against a wall, or on a credenza. Use this organizer for your daily use paper.
File storage box $39.99. For effective use of space, keep your bulk paper stored away from your main work area. We like these boxes from Cargo. While the khaki color may be too army-and-navy for you, they have other options.Black Metropolitan document storage box $24.99. There are many options for storing memorabilia and paper in stylish, stackable boxes. Not only do we like these black document boxes because of their elegant look, they have a label holder on the front, great for identifying contents without having to look inside.
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Are you planning on buying some Dunder Mifflin copy paper from Quill.com? How do you organize your office supplies?
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