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At Hobby Lobby you can find products related to picture framing, jewelry making, fabrics, wedding supplies, partyware, wearable art and so on. Hobby Lobby gives a 10 percent in-store discount to churches, schools, and other national charitable organi ...zations for purchases made with an organizational check or credit card. Please consult your local store manager to see if you are eligible for obtaining this discount. Before you do that, make sure you go through the circulars below to see the wide selection of products which are already on discount.</p>Expand text
Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc., is a privately owned retail chain of arts and crafts stores which are managed by corporate employees. Currently, it holds the title of being the largest arts-and-crafts retailer in the world.
In 1970, entrepreneurs David and Barbara Green took out a $600 loan as start-up money in order to make miniature picture frames out of their home. After becoming successful, they decided to grow their enterprise and open a 300-square-foot store in Oklahoma City in 1972. This is how Hobby Lobby was born. In 1973, the second store was opened in a much larger 1,000 square-foot-space. Another store was opened the next year and by the start of 1989 Hobby Lobby grew to 15 stores. In a couple of years, they opened the 100th store in 1995 and in just after four years the 200th store was opened in 1999.
The company’s rapid growth didn't stop there. Today, Hobby Lobby’s corporate headquarters include over 10 million-square-feet of manufacturing, distribution, and an office complex in Oklahoma City. It has operations in 46 U.S. states, with over 850 stores and 37,500 employees. It also has offices in Hong Kong, Shenzhen, and Yiwu, China.
In addition, Hobby Lobby has affiliated companies such as:
Hemispheres: sells fine home furnishings and a wide selection of accessories from all around the world.
Mardel Christian & Education: sells gifts, Christian materials, office supplies, and educational products, etc.