Where Can You Purchase Sally Foster Wrapping Paper?

Sally Foster gift wrap is no longer available for sale. According to Entertainment Fundraising, the firm that previously operated the Sally Foster initiative to generate funds for schools, the Sally Foster gift wrap fundraiser campaign has been suspended. The programme stopped in 2013 due to the bankruptcy of the program’s parent firm.

Previously, Sally Foster offered expensive gift wrap paper to schools and other non-profits. According to the Los Angeles Times, the paper was of premium grade and heavier than that sold at drugstores and bargain stores. Each year, designs for Christmas, Hanukkah, birthdays, and other holidays were available. Schools earned fifty percent of sales revenues.

The Los Angeles Times reports that by 1989, the Sally Foster company had around 2,500 clients and had exceeded its production facilities. The Fosters’ neighbour, Bill Moore, purchased the business from them and retained the Fosters as advisors. In 1992, Moore sold the Sally Foster company to Entertainment Publications for $31 million.

According to the Detroit Free Press, Entertainment Publications, formerly known as Entertainment Promotions, filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in March 2013. The business ceased operations and laid off 667 people. In addition to gift wrap, the company’s school fundraisers featured the sale of coupon books, discount cards, and cookie dough.

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