Crayola was acquired by Hallmark Cards on June 11, 1984

Consumer ProductsCompany

Out of 60 sectors in the Mergr database, consumer products ranked 1 in number of deals in 1984. The largest consumer products acquisition in 1984 was Crayola - which was acquired by Hallmark Cards for $204M.

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Crayola LLC

1100 Church Lane,
Easton, Pennsylvania 18044
United States,
www.crayola.com

Crayola LLC is a domestic manufacturer of crayons, which are marketed under the Crayola trademark.


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