Yes, the fictional paper brand Dunder Mifflin, the company that once thought Michael Scott was fit to run one of its branches, is now available for purchase.
In a deal between the Staples-owned Quill.com and NBC Universal, cartons of Dunder Mifflin-branded copy paper are now available for purchase.
NBC Universal will receive about six percent of the profits from the revenue of Quill.com's Dunder Mifflin products, the Wall Street Journal reports. It says the companies have made a two-year licensing deal.
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The Journal says the $3 billion annual North American paper industry has lately declined 3 percent a year because of the economy and e-mail and PDF documents reducing the need for paper.
Each box of 20-pound Dunder Mifflin paper — that's 5,000 sheets — will set you back $34.99, compared to $39.90 for the next cheapest brand of similar weight and color copy paper at Quill.com.