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  • Offices are located in the Purchasing and Stores Building on Agronomy Road off Raymond Stotzer Parkway, Mail Stop 1366
  • PRINT ACQUISITION BUYERS:
    Karen Palumbo – kpalumbo@tamu.edu
    Telephone: 979-845-4570 · Fax: 979-845-0492
Stationery Items
Definition: Official Texas A&M Business Cards, Letterhead, #10 Stationery Envelopes (to match letterhead), #10 Commercial Grade Envelopes, #10 Commercial Grade Window Envelopes and #9 Commercial Grade Envelopes
  • Most standard and some specialty stationery items can be ordered using this web site. (See “Order Stationery” above)
  • STATIONERY ITEMS, AS DEFINED ABOVE, not specifically represented on this web site can be ordered directly from our current STATIONERY vendor, TOPS Printing, Telephone 979-779-1234, Fax 979-775-0900. THE PRINT ACQUISITION BUYERS CAN ALSO ASSIST YOU WITH THESE REQUESTS.
Other Printing Requirements
(Brochures, Booklets, Postcards, Flyers, Books, Folders, etc)
  • ALL OTHER printing requests must be routed through the Print Acquisition Office
  • Price quotes, bid requests and consultations for your printing needs can be obtained by contacting the Print Acquisition Office
Bid Status Information




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