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The details contained within the Our Company, History and Corporate Citizenship sections of our website should be useful in preparing class projects. Below are links to specific pages with key company information: Beliefs & Values, Hallmark Facts, Hallmark Gold Crown® stores, and Brand Overview.
No. Hallmark is a privately held company and does not report financial details to the media or public. Hallmark issues an annual news release to recap the company’s year-end results, and it is available in our Newsroom when it is issued.
Beyond what you can find within this website or in published sources, Hallmark’s strategies are considered proprietary and we do not share them externally.
Due to the volume of media calls we must respond to from news organizations across the country, we regret that we are unable to accommodate specific student requests.
We offer paid internships for both creative and corporate positions during the summer months only. The number of Hallmark internship spots is limited and selection occurs in the fall for the next summer’s program. For more internship details, visit the College Students page of the Hallmark Careers website.
Hallmark first introduced a line of paper party products in 1960 offering invitations, plates, cups, napkins, centerpieces, and even groovy matching paper dresses.