“The Office’s” Dunder Mifflin Now Actually Sells Paper
Just in time for Christmas (or a good laugh around your own office), you can now buy paper from Dunder Mifflin, the fictional paper company on NBC’s “The Office.”
Office supply company Quill (who is owned by Staples, where Dwight Schrute briefly worked) has struck a deal with NBC to sell “limitless paper in a paperless world” branded as being from Dunder Mifflin. Quill CMO Sergio Pereira recently told Adweek.com, “We are excited to bring genuine Dunder Mifflin paper to the marketplace. The new Dunder Mifflin paper connects emotionally with fans of The Office and is priced affordably so that all businesses can use this fun and functional paper.”
To get your Scrant-on, a carton of Dunder Mifflin paper will cost you about $35.