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Texas Rangers enter into partnership with CPI Office Products

Texas Rangers enter into partnership with CPI Office Products


The Texas Rangers today announced that the organization has entered into a partnership with CPI Office Products for the 2013 season.

With the agreement, CPI Office Products will become the Texas Rangers Official Office Supplier, providing the organization with a full line of business and office supplies, including all paper products, janitorial supplies, and coffee equipment.

CPI’s sponsorship with the Rangers will include in-park signage at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, media and print buys, and season tickets.

With corporate headquarters located in Dallas, CPI Office Products has grown to become one of the country’s largest and fastest growing office product suppliers since it was founded in 1982. Family operated and owned, the company also has locations in Houston, San Antonio, Austin, Oklahoma City, Memphis, Atlanta, and Chicago

“CPI is proud of our partnership with the Texas Rangers and look forward to a winning 2013 season together,” commented David Cain, CPI President and COO. “CPI’s and the Rangers’ philosophies are the same--give the fans/customers all you can with the utmost integrity, and they’ll be there for you every season/year.”

“The Texas Rangers are very excited about our relationship with CPI Office Products,” said Rangers Executive Vice President, Ballpark Operations Rob Matwick. “CPI offers us one stop shopping for a wide range of products that are critical to our success at Rangers Ballpark, in our business operations and for our fans. We’re very happy to welcome CPI as part of our team.”

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