The Paper Store

Our Story

It all started with a small newspaper stand in Maynard, MA in 1964 – established by our founder, Bob Anderson. Over the years The Paper Store has responded to what our local communities need and continues to evolve with our customers’ shopping habits – while at the same time, staying true to our brand. Hence, why we remain named “The Paper Store.”

The Paper Store is one of the largest family-owned and operated specialty gift businesses in the country. Today, the Anderson family operates 100 stores throughout the Northeast and also in Florida – as well as a thriving eCommerce business — with over 3,000 employees who make The Paper Store “tick.” Our team works diligently to offer guests a unique shopping experience where they can find a unique gift for any occasion.

Our departments include fashion apparel, accessories, spa, home décor, stationery, jewelry, sports, and more from brands like Vera Bradley, Lilly Pulitzer, Jeep, Life is Good, Vineyard Vines and Pura Vida. We’re always listening for what’s new and important to our customers – and our family of brands continues to grow every day. Plus, The Paper Store is a proud Hallmark partner, which ties into the backbone of our company’s mission — to commit and provide stellar service to all Hallmark Gold Crown customers and provide the offerings they know and expect from Hallmark. We are dedicated to providing this connection as part of the seamless, inspirational, and fun experience our guests enjoy in all our stores, online and beyond.

In 2020 The Paper Store (formerly known as The Paper Store, LLC) was sold and a new business entity was formed. The company operates now as TPS Group Holdings, LLC utilizing The Paper Store brand name consumers have grown to recognize. The Anderson family proudly remains in the business driving the strategy, sales and daily execution of the business.

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