March 04, 2015 12:17 AM ET

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Company Overview of Hallmark Cards, Inc.

Company Overview

Hallmark Cards, Inc. provides Hallmark greeting cards and other products. The company offers greeting cards and gifts for holidays and special occasions; invitations and announcements; keepsake ornaments; art products; color separation and lithography prints and greeting cards; and crayons and markers, as well as art tools, crafting activities, and creative toys for kids. It also operates a department store that features fashion for men and women, cosmetics, and Hallmark products, as well as China, crystal, and decorative home accessories; a direct-to-consumer digital storefront that offers baby and children's clothing online; and a commercial and residential complex that offers shopping, di...

2501 McGee Trafficway

Kansas City, MO 64108

United States

Founded in 1910

Phone:

816-274-5111

Fax:

816-274-5061

Key Executives for Hallmark Cards, Inc.

Vice Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President
Age: 58
Chief Executive of Australasia and Managing Director of Australasia
Chief Executive Officer of Kansas City Department Stores and President of Kansas City Department Stores
President of North American Business, President of Personal Expression Group, Member of Corporate Executive Council, Director, Director of Crown Media and Director of Hallmark Corporate Foundation
Age: 51
President of Hallmark Hall of Fame Productions
Age: 67
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Hallmark Cards, Inc. Key Developments

Hallmark to Close Litho-Krome Printing Plant in Columbus, Ga

Hallmark announced that it will close its Litho-Krome printing plant in Columbus, Ga. The company has operated more than 80 years in the city. The closing will eliminate 50 jobs. The company said 10 employees will have the option of relocating to Lawrence, Kan., while the others will receive severance benefits and employment assistance.

Hallmark Cards Inc. Lays Off Nearly 40 Employees

Hallmark Cards Inc. is laying off 33 employees from its Gold Crown retail division. Twenty-five of those jobs are located in Kansas City. The Gold Crown retail division supports Hallmark's Gold Crown Stores through product development, visual merchandising and operations. Hallmark also recently laid off four employees from its product integrity group. Eight employees in the tooling department, which is part of the supply chain, voluntarily accepted a severance package. All of these employees are local.

Hallmark Cards, Inc. to Eliminate 47 Jobs as Part of Reorganization of its Gold Crown Operations

Hallmark Cards Inc. announced that it is eliminating 47 jobs as part of a reorganization of its Gold Crown operations. The job cuts will include 19 positions at the Kansas City headquarters and 28 field representative positions. Hallmark cuts will involve as many as 250 jobs.

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