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OfficeMax honored by organization for blind and disabled


NAPERVILLELE, Ill. OfficeMax announced that it has earned high marks from The Committee for Purchase From People Who Are Blind or Severely Disabled, an independent federal agency that administers the AbilityOne Program, and is being recognized as an "Outstanding Distributor" and an AbilityOne Top Seller. OfficeMax earned the honor for its ongoing commitment to promote products produced by authorized AbilityOne vendors to its government and business customers.

"OfficeMax has been a long-time avid supporter of the AbilityOne Program and was one of the first to embrace the Javits-Wagner-O'Day Act when it was enacted in 1938," said Jim Durkin, EVP North American sales for OfficeMax. "We are proud to receive this recognition and will continue to promote the contributions that Americans who are blind and severely disabled make to our society."

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