Company Overview of Hallmark Cards, Inc.
Hallmark Cards, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, manufactures and sells greeting cards, gifts, and ornaments. The company offers accessories, albums, hats, scarves, and T-shirts; coloring, gift, guest, interactive, kids, personalized, and recordable story books; bows, gift bags, gift card holders, seals and gift tags, tissues, and wrapping papers; and art products, calendars, candles, decorative accessories, figurines, picture frames, seasonal décor products, and snow globes. It also provides jewelry, candy and chocolate products, kitchen accessories, mugs, recipe organizers, teas, tumblers, and wine glasses; office products; soaps; address books, designed stationery products, journals,...
2501 McGee Trafficway
Kansas City, MO 64108
Founded in 1910
Key Executives for Hallmark Cards, Inc.
Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President
CEO of Kansas City Dept Stores and President of Kansas City Dept Stores
President of Hallmark Greetings
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.
Hallmark Cards, Inc. Key Developments
Hallmark Announces Executive Changes
Jan 3 18
Jill Marchant will be joining Hallmark as a corporate officer, serving as executive vice president, general counsel and secretary on Jan. 16. Marchant brings nearly three decades of legal, litigation and business experience across multiple industries, for both public and private companies. She most recently served as senior vice president and general counsel at Farm Credit Mid-America, Inc. in Louisville, Ky. Marchant replaces Brian Gardner, who is retiring from the company and will depart March 31. In this role, Marchant will be responsible for providing legal and business advice to Hallmark and its portfolio of businesses on a wide array of issues, including financing, contracts, litigation, acquisitions, mergers and other general corporate legal matters. Prior to joining Hallmark, Marchant served as general counsel on the executive committee of Farm Credit Mid-America, impacting its $22 billion financial services cooperative. Marchant was also previously general counsel for Texas Roadhouse, advising executives and board of directors related to the company’s more than 400 restaurants, while leading a legal team of 20 attorneys, paralegals, specialists and administrative professionals. In addition, she has held leadership positions in the legal departments at Dine Equity, Applebee’s, and Honeywell.
Hallmark Cards, Inc. Presents at Gartner IT Infrastructure, Operations Management & Data Center Conference 2017, Dec-05-2017 10:30 AM
Dec 2 17
Hallmark Cards, Inc. Presents at Gartner IT Infrastructure, Operations Management & Data Center Conference 2017, Dec-05-2017 10:30 AM. Venue: The Gartner hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. Speakers: Mike Mullins, Director of Network Architecture.
Hallmark Cards, Inc. Names Peter Opalka as New Chief Information Officer and Senior Vice President, Information Technology
Nov 6 17
Peter Opalka has joined Hallmark Cards, Inc. as senior vice president, information technology, serving as the company’s chief information officer. Opalka brings more than 21 years of experience in information technology leadership roles. In this role, Opalka will be responsible for implementing a strategy to elevate Hallmark’s focus on providing a quality experience for consumers, retail customers and internal business partners. Opalka previously served as vice president–global infrastructure and IT service delivery with Unilever, and prior to that as vice president-business application services.
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