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ISM- FFC Program Meeting-  Plant Tour - January 21, 2015 

Mac Papers Celebrates 50 Years in Business -
Founded by brothers Tom and Frank McGehee, Mac Papers opened in January 1965 as a Jacksonville-based paper merchant, followed by the opening of its affiliate, Mac Papers Envelope Converters, in 1967. Since then, the company has evolved into a leading industrial distributor, spanning 22 distribution centers and 18 stores across nine Southeastern states. In addition to growing its paper and print offering, Mac Papers has expanded its business around other industrial products, which include packaging, facility supplies and office products.

Mac Papers remains a family-owned business, and is currently run by the second generation of the McGehee family: Sutton, David and Mac McGehee. Five third-generation family members also currently work in the business.


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We extend a warm welcome the members of the recently dismantled Gainesville affiliate.  We look forward to the opportunity in the near future when we will get the opportunity for a face to face meeting
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The 2014 calendar year is quickly coming to a close and I would like to express my warmest wishes to all the professionals affiliated with the Institute for Supply Management. The year has been filled with its share of victories and trials for many of us, but I will attest that our challenges tend to make us stronger and wiser. As an astute man once said, “the world is our classroom and we are all students of life”. Consequently, the holiday season is designed to bring joy and happiness. Therefore, I would challenge all of you to find an opportunity to do something good for another this year. Embrace the spirit of giving and allow yourself experience the goodness that this time of year has to offer.


In turn, your ISM- Florida First Coast affiliate will be back in full swing in January for our next program meeting. 
Happy Holidays,

Michael A. Montanez