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Vallmar Company and Weaver Pro-Pak Announce Joint Venture for Assembly & Packaging of Golden Rule Marbles in Ohio

Two Ohio businesses collaborate to exemplify Team Work as they promote product geared towards encouraging Team Work in businesses, groups and organizations!

AKRON, Ohio, April 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Stow-based Vallmar Company has teamed up with Weaver Pro-Pak of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio for the finishing, assembling and packaging of The Golden Rule MarbleT. Weaver Industries is a non-profit organization providing individuals with disabilities vocational training and employment opportunities. Founded in 1971 as a 501(C)3 non-profit organization, The Weaver name stems from Carlene Weaver who was a strong advocate for individuals with disabilities. She was instrumental in improving the lives of many individuals with disabilities in Summit County by advocating for meaningful vocational opportunities.

The patented and trademarked, The Golden Rule MarbleT is manufactured by the Vallmar Company of Stow, Ohio. Owned by the Iliev family, Vall, Pepa and Martin Iliev, Vallmar has a company philosophy of treating others as they wish to be treated and they hope to help spread this message of kindness to all around the world with the Golden Rule MarbleT. Pepa Iliev, Co-Founder of Vallmar Company, said: "We succeed only when we provide our clients a top quality golden rule marble product, designed to inspire reciprocity and kindness in all who encounter it."

Applying The Golden Rule to daily interactions with people is a key to success and to healthy relationships. As such, the teaming of two companies that operate daily on Golden Rule principles makes a perfect combination!

The Golden Rule MarbleT is a unique, pocket-sized keepsake, consisting of the team-building message of "The Golden Rule" inscribed on a brass ring wrapped around an acrylic marble. Translucent colors give the appearance of "light coming from within." Foster team work and Build Relationships with this unique promotional idea!

Each one-inch marble comes with a double-sided pamphlet imprinted with the golden rule - neatly folded into a clear, acrylic presentation box. The pamphlet can be custom printed with a special message, statement of values, or other unique affirmation.
The Golden Rule MarbleT is available in six high-quality, tiger-eye acrylic colors (white, black, green, blue, red and translucent blue). It has a brass ring upon which is hand-inscribed "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you."

To purchase Golden Rule Marbles, call +1.330.686.2472 or visit A single marble gift set retails $19.95 with volume discounts available for higher quantities. If you're looking for a way to encourage strong moral standards within your organization and promote those same standards to your clients, vendors and partners, call or visit online now.

About Vallmar Company and Vallmar Studio
A wholly-owned subsidiary of Vallmar Company, Vallmar Studio offers inventors the resources they need to give their inventions a fair chance in the competitive marketplace. From prototypes to product management, engineering to licensing support, Vallmar Studio helps inventors manage the process from start to finish. Vallmar Studio is currently accepting inquiries from qualified outside Sales Representatives. New product sales, business-to-business (b2b) and business-to-consumer (b2c) experience required. Competitive commissions paid for performance. For more information about Vallmar, visit or call 800-986-0795.

Press Release Contact Information:
Pepa Iliev
V.P. of Operations
Vallmar Company
(330) 686-2472
[email protected]

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