A few days ago, I had a message on my voice mail from a man in San Francisco saying it meant a lot to him that his Quo Vadis planner was made in the USA.
FYI – The paper is sourced from the Clairefontaine mill in France, the cover material is cut and sewn in Quebec, and the planners are printed and assembled in Hamburg, a town in upstate New York right outside Buffalo.
Is it important to you–at all–that Quo Vadis is made here? Or, is it just important to have a quality product no matter where it is made?
Your thoughts on the subject would be appreciated. Thank you.
On another subject – European Paper Co. is featuring Quo Vadis Academic planners. They are offering $5 off an order of $50 or more. The coupon code to redeem this offer is high5. If you need to stock up on Habanas, Clairefontaine and Quo Vadis, you may want to pay them a visit.