Monday, June 28th, 2010

Rhodia Welcomes Franklin Covey to the Family!

Stephanie

We would like to take a moment to welcome a new retailer into the Rhodia family – Franklin Covey! They are currently carrying a selection of Rhodia products on their website – click to visit!

Franklin Covey is for people just like you who want to get more organized. They are constantly producing and gathering the best products available for juggling busy schedules and turning chaos into order so you’ll always have one source for all things organizing. Whatever you’re looking for to organize your day, your space or your life, they’ve got you covered.


2 thoughts on “Rhodia Welcomes Franklin Covey to the Family!

  1. Groovy.
    Mixed reaction.
    I have used Franklin’s 2-page per day products for almost 20 years, cannot imagine using a different format. Reconciling my notebook obsession into the convenience of the loose leaf binder planner has been difficult for me. I can never remember which medium holds which notes.
    Franklin’s former position of preeminence in leather binders and paper quality has suffered tragically. Their leather fabrication plant used to be in Salt Lake and employed dozens of skilled craftsmen. They shut it down and went to China. The paper keeps getting crappier every year. My 20 year-old binders are lovely and sturdy, My new ones are junk. My 20 year-old index pages are thick and fun to write on with lots of tooth and the stock is fountain pen friendly. The current paper stocks suck by comparison. Sadly, I no longer recommend Franklin’s products to anyone unless they’re looking for a 2-page per day planner because Franklin’s selection trumps most of the other products such as DayTimer and DayRunner. I should point out their last pocket notebook partner was the downscale “Markings.” Still, I hope this is a beneficial relationship for both parties.

    david boise ID

  2. Groovy.
    Mixed reaction.
    I have used Franklin’s 2-page per day products for almost 20 years, cannot imagine using a different format. Reconciling my notebook obsession into the convenience of the loose leaf binder planner has been difficult for me. I can never remember which medium holds which notes.
    Franklin’s former position of preeminence in leather binders and paper quality has suffered tragically. Their leather fabrication plant used to be in Salt Lake and employed dozens of skilled craftsmen. They shut it down and went to China. The paper keeps getting crappier every year. My 20 year-old binders are lovely and sturdy, My new ones are junk. My 20 year-old index pages are thick and fun to write on with lots of tooth and the stock is fountain pen friendly. The current paper stocks suck by comparison. Sadly, I no longer recommend Franklin’s products to anyone unless they’re looking for a 2-page per day planner because Franklin’s selection trumps most of the other products such as DayTimer and DayRunner. I should point out their last pocket notebook partner was the downscale “Markings.” Still, I hope this is a beneficial relationship for both parties.

    david boise ID

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