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Metro Business Report November 23, 2009



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FranklinCovey Products recently announced a licensing agreement with A.T. Cross Company, the global manufacturer of fine writing instruments.

Under the agreement, Cross will license the FranklinCovey Products brand name on a global basis for the development and distribution of an exclusive collection of stylish and functional writing instruments appropriate for both business and personal, everyday use.

The new line of FranklinCovey-branded pens is immediately available at Staples stores nationwide. Additional distribution channels will be added next spring with other office supply stores and select mass retailers in the United States. The uniquely styled pens and pencils incorporate the premium quality and construction Cross is known for, along with a range of designs that appeal to both.

FranklinCovey products are sold throughout Europe, Asia, Australia and the Middle East and in more 15,000 retail outlets across North America, including 54 FranklinCovey stores.

This is Lane Beattie for KSL News Radio.

Lane Beattie

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