Grand & Toy Reviews

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

Updated on July 2nd, 2020

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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:

Parent Company

Office Depot

Founder

James Grand, Samuel Toy

Founded

1882

Headquarters

Vaughan, Ontario

Number of Employees

1,100

CEO

Gerry P. Smith

Address

200 Aviva Park Drive, Vaughan, ON L4L9C7 Canada

Phone

+1 416-401-6300

Website

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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