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Promotional products made in the USA by Warwick Publishing

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We're an American-owned business who manufactures our products in the USA.

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Hi, we're Warwick.

We're building brands, building businesses.

Our History

You could say our company history is a brief study of family lineage, and that's not too far from the truth. True, the company has changed hands a few times throughout our 130+ year history. Yet Warwick Publishing has been under ownership of the same family for nearly 100 of those years (and counting). Though incorporated back in 1926, we built our business' foundation long before that date.

Our story begins with Lina.

We haven't always been known as Warwick Publishing. We began as a small, local newspaper in St. Charles, Illinois (known as Charleston back then). The Valley Chronicle was a local newspaper that was first published on May 27, 1881. Founded by Samuel W. Davis, this small, weekly paper provided patrons with local news, event coverage and—of course—advertisements.

And in 1903, a family tradition was born. The business-savvy Lina Paschal bought the paper from her brother-in-law Albert Hall. But running a successful newspaper company wasn't enough to quench her ambitious spirit. Lina became a post mistress, one of the area's first. She also spent her free time sending copies of her newspaper to American troops during WWI. It was a philanthropic act that gave the boys overseas a sense of home.

In 1926, Lina stepped down as owner (the newspaper had now become the Kane County Chronicle). At that time, the newspaper was incorporated into the Chronicle Publishing Company by Lina's nephew Paul Paschal and local philanthropist Lester Norris.

Shortly afterwards, Paul and Lester decided to make advertising calendars when the presses weren't being used for newpapers. But the newly-formed calendar line needed a name, so they employed a very scientific method to choose one—they saw a furniture store truck drive by the office one day with the name "Warwick" on the side. They liked it, and the name stuck.

At the end of WWII, Don Paschal (Paul's son) bought out Lester Norris. Between the years of 1977 and 1999, Rob and Jim (Don's sons) purchased the company. The original newspaper operation was sold in 1989, and with it the name Chronicle. This necessitated a name change, which was when we officially became Warwick Publishing Company.

It was at this time that our focus turned solely to calendar production, along with other paper-based items for the promotional products industry. In 2008, Warwick acquired one of its competitors, the Winthrop-Atkins Company out of Massachusetts.


Our Future

We've been in business for more than 130 years. We've weathered the highs and lows of the American economy, and we've remained a solid leader in the promotional products industry. We're proud to boast a high employee retention rate, which we believe is important for us as a cohesive team, but also for you, our customers.

We can't say exactly what our future holds. But we do promise to maintain our proud past, yet keep moving forward to provide you with the products and service your business needs.

Welcome to Warwick.

Building Brands. Building Your Business.

Why we manufacture our own products rather than importing:

  • Better quality control. We have full control over the manufacturing process, which means we can react quicker if an issue arises. We also have the ability to modify the manufacturing process to make it more efficient, saving time, energy, and materials.
  • It's easier to support other American-owned businesses. 95% of the companies we buy from are American-owned companies and manufacturers.
  • In a 2016 study completed by the Advertising Specialty Institute, 53% of consumers have a more favorable opinion of an advertiser if the promotional product was made in the USA.1
  • According to a study done by the Boston Consulting Group, more than 80% of U.S. consumers said they would pay a premium for American-made goods.2

1 ASI 2016 Impressions Study
2 Inc.com. Retrieved April 2018.

Why are family businesses so important?

  • Family businesses account for 90% of all large and small businesses in the U.S.1
  • Family businesses employ 63% of the country's workforce, account for 57% of U.S. gross domestic product, and account for 75% of all new job creation.2
  • The tenure of leadership in a Family Enterprise is four to five times longer than their counterparts.2
  • More than 30% of family-owned businesses survive into the second generation. 12% survive into the third, and just 3% are operating at the fourth-generation level and beyond.3
  • Employee retention at family-owned businesses is better than their competitors; just 9% of family business workforces turn over annually, compared to 11% of non-family-owned businesses.4

1 U.S. Small Business Administration
2 Family Business Alliance. Retrieved April 2018.
3 Joseph Astrachan, Ph.D., editor, Family Business Review
4 Harvard Business Review. Retrieved April 2018.

Awards & Recognitions

2018

  • Promo Marketing Magazine: Greeting Cards (Bronze)
  • Counselor Distributor Choice Awards: Calendars & Picture Frames (Finalist)

Previous Years

  • Promo Marketing Magazine: Greeting Cards (Silver, 2017)
  • Counselor Distributor Choice Awards: Calendars and Picture Frames (Finalist, 2016)
  • Promo Marketing Magazine: Greeting Cards (Bronze, 2016)
  • Counselor Distributor Choice Awards: Pictures Frames (Finalist, 2015)
  • Promo Marketing Magazine: Greeting Cards (Silver, 2015)
  • Counselor Distributor Choice Awards: Cards & Business Forms (Winner, 2013-2014)
  • Promo Marketing Magazine: Greeting Cards (Bronze, 2014)

Press Mentions

Foils | Warwick Moving paper | Warwick Making portrait folders | Warwick Making photo folders | Warwick
Product dies | Warwick Making portrait folders | Warwick
Setting paper for manufacturing calendars | Warwick Calendar paper ready for glue | Warwick Gluing paper to calendar chipboard | Warwick
Desk calendar wrapped ready for phone index | Warwick Attaching phone index | Warwick
Inks for ink offset printing | Warwick Foil stamping | Warwick Process counter | Warwick

Here's What You Do Next

We'd love to get in touch. Whether you are currently a promotional products distributor or are new to the industry, we'll provide you with the tools and know-how to sell our products. Interested in buying our products for your business? Contact us and we'll connect you with a promotional products distributor in your area.

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