Posted by: travisodee | July 7, 2011

How are notepads made?

It’s always fun providing tours for clients or friends and witnessing their reaction to the many tedious as well as fascinating steps in printing. One of those being notepads. As long as I’ve been here (10 years) we’ve seemed to win every notepad job we’ve bid here in Dallas. Notepads seem to fit our plant much like Augusta fits Tiger and bad music fits Kenny Chesney or Toby Keith (country? no.).
not country

Moving on to better things, Odee. We are highly skilled at producing notepads in Dallas since every step of the notepad making process is in-house. You’ve seen from past videos the printing stage, now take a look at the print bindery stage. Also, if you can guess who the character is at the end…bonus points. The Bandera Waltz  is the only song that fit…so either “you’re welcome” or, “I’m sorry”:

I hope this helps clear up how notepads are made. Don’t hesitate in contacting me should you have any questions.

Travis Stein
Principal Partner
The Odee Company; est. 1923



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