Grand & Toy Reviews

Discover Grand & Toy's business supplies services for you business. Includes info on Grand & Toy, reviews, and FAQs.

Updated on January 10th, 2021

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Grand & Toy, a subsidiary of Office Depot Inc., is an e-commerce provider of business supplies. Grand & Toy was founded as a home-based stationery printing business. Their social responsibility efforts include green products and services, waste and recycling programs, and more.

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Grand Toy
Review:

Pros: Well-established, reputable supplier with a wide range of business products.

Cons: Not accredited with the Better Business Bureau (BBB).

Bottomline: Grand & Toy has grown from a supplier of office products to a supplier of complete solutions for your business.

Key Information:

Legal Name

Grand & Toy

Founder

James Grand

Address

200 Aviva Park Drive, Vaughan, ON L4L9C7 Canada

Number of Employees

1100

Number of Customers

2000000

Email

customerservice@grandandtoy.com

Telephone

1 (416) 401-6300

Website

https://www.grandandtoy.com

FAQs:

Is Grand & Toy still in business?

Yes. All Grand & Toy's brick-and-mortar outlets have shut down, but they still operate online.

Is Grand & Toy a Canadian company?

Yes. Grand & Toy is headquartered at 200 Aviva Park Drive, Vaughan, Ontario, Canada.

Who owns Grand & Toy?

Grand & Toy is owned by OfficeMax who merged with Office Depot in 2013.

Does Grand & Toy offer free shipping?

Grand & Toy offers free shipping on non-furniture orders of $50.00 or more, and on furniture orders of $200.00 or more—excluding insulated files and safes—to be delivered within their local trading areas.

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