TCR Announces Aquisition and Launch of a New Signature Line!
Teacher Created Resources, a leading publisher of supplementary educational materials, announced today it has acquired the decorative and handwriting product lines of Frog Street Press, a Texas-based publishing company.
WESTMINSTER, Calif. - Sept. 4, 2013 - PRLog -- Teacher Created Resources, a leading publisher of supplementary educational materials, announced today it has acquired the decorative and handwriting product lines of Frog Street Press, a Texas-based publishing company. Frog Street is known for its “couture line” of classroom decorations. The acquisition launches Teacher Created Resources’ new Signature Line of upscale products for use by teachers and parents. “We are pleased to be able to offer these beautiful and effective products to our customers. Frog Street has built a significant presence in the marketplace, publishing for more than 20 years. We will build upon their success and seamlessly place their products in our existing markets,” said Darin Smith, president of Teacher Created Resources. “The similarities between our companies make it a natural fit and give us a great opportunity to expand our offerings to teachers and parents. We’ve been in this business for over 35 years, but it’s always exciting to be able to offer new products to our customers.” Among Frog Street’s best sellers are Double-Sided Borders, Create & Decorate packages, Pop-Outs with Pizzazz, Sassy Font Letters, and Smart Start™ handwriting products. Effective immediately, orders for these and other Frog Street decorative products will be fulfilled from Teacher Created Resources’ distribution center in Westminster, California. For more information, visit www.tcrdealer.com. Ron Chase, CEO of Frog Street stated, “Since the launch of the Frog Street Pre-K curriculum in 2011, we’ve been on a journey that has transformed us into a content company focused on creating the very best early childhood curriculum. The sale of our decorative and handwriting product lines enables us to move toward our goal of developing more content that will support early childhood teachers and help assure the success of children ages 0-8.” For more information, visit www.frogstreet.com.
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