Olivia Mullin closes doors

by Cinda Baxter on January 6, 2010

in Economy, Vendors

olivia_mullen_logoReported by numerous retailers, Olivia Mullin (personalized stationery products) has closed their doors. According to faxes and emails being received by stores who have orders pending, their credit cards are being refunded for any product that’s sold out, with a message that the company has ceased to do business.

Oddly, the website is still up, including the vendor’s online store. Hopefully, that’s a sign of simply not remembering to update the site as opposed to filling direct orders while leaving dealers in the lurch (I don’t know which it is, so please don’t blast me in the comments for confirming something I haven’t).

Sadly, this is an example of yet another established vendor quietly slipping into the night. My hope is that we won’t be seeing as many of these as we did last year, but time will tell. In the meantime, my best wishes go to Olivia as she puts the company to bed. Never fun. Never easy.

employee of Olivia February 10, 2011 at 7:32 pm

its a real shame she never paid her employee’s then goes and files bankruptcy and now she never has to pay us… thanks for nothing!!

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