Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Roaring Spring Paper Products Review

Thank You to Roaring Spring Paper Products for providing me with their products free of charge in exchange for my honest review. 

I have a HUGE addiction to paper products! At any given time I will have 50 pens in my purse along with a notebook of some sort. There are notebooks all around my house. My kids have since picked up this addiction! I was extremely pleased when Roaring Spring Paper Products agreed to let me do a review and giveaway of their products! They sent me a very generous "sampler package" stocked full of notepad goodies just in time for my back to school planning! 

Roaring Spring Paper Products is now one of the largest independently owned producers of school and office supplies. Through five generations and more than 100 years Roaring Spring Blank Book Company has grown from a hand-full of customers to thousands of accounts nationwide. Never the less, the company has not lost sight of founder D.M. Bare's original commitments to quality products and community involvement.

Roaring Spring has everything from Art Supplies and Index Cards to Pencil Cases! I received a variety of products including their Genesis Shades, and Sugarcane paper. Sugarcane fiber is waste material from the sugarcane refining process. This waste material is then used as pulp tp produce fine paper. The result is a smooth, bright sheet produced at very green paper mills.

My kids really enjoyed the Color Me Collection. Instead of doodling all over their paper, they can instead color the cover of the notebook! That's a plus for me as well, because it's less money I have to spend on more paper! Overall, I am extremely pleased with my package and highly recommend Roaring Spring to all of you who plan on buying back to school supplies or stocking up for the home or office. They have something for everyone. 

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