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2021 House of Doolittle 24" x 37" Dry Erase Calendar, Classic Reversible, Blue (396-21)

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Item #: 901-HOD39621
  Model #: 396-21
Brand: House of Doolittle
2021 House of Doolittle 24 x 37 Dry Erase Calendar, Classic Reversible, Blue (396-21)
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Neutral graphic to any office decor with reversible formats that allows you to choose the layout that fits your office space Heavy laminated write-on/wipe-off surface easily erases with a damp cloth for changing plans. Extra-large daily squares that can be seen from a distance offers ample writing space. Horizontal format one side, vertical format on reverse to fit any office space.
  • Dimensions: 24" x 37"
  • January - December featuring 12 months for easy planning
  • Two sided vertical on one side and horizontal on the reverse
  • Horizontal block size for each day is 1-1/4" x 1-3/8" - Vertical block size is 1-1/8" x 1-5/8" inch for varied easy writing
  • Weeks are numbered to fit the need of every office application
  • Includes water soluble marker
  • Four peel and stick tabs for hanging
  • Printed on 100% post-consumer recycled FSC certified paper with soy inks
  • Made in the USA
Refillable : Nonrefillable Calendar Type : Dry Erase Color Family : Blue Series or Collection : Classic Reversible
Month Range : January-December Style : Classic True Color : Blue Date Format : Yearly
Calendar Size : Large (largest length larger than 17") Calendar Height (inches) : 24 Calendar Year : 2021 Decorative Calendar : Non-Decorative Calendar
Calendar Width (inches) : 37 Dry Erase Calendar : Erasable Calendar Theme : Plain/Neutral Brand : House of Doolittle
Customizable : No
Weight : 1.00 lbs. per Each

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