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JAM Paper® Laminated Glossy 3 Hole Punch Two-Pocket School Folders, Orange, Bulk 25/Pack (385GHPORD)

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Item #: 901-2329265JAM
  Model #: 385GHPORD
Brand: Jam Paper
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JAM Paper® Laminated Glossy 3 Hole Punch Two-Pocket School Folders, Orange, Bulk 25/Pack (385GHPORD)
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JAM Paper® Glossy Folders are great for keeping your documents and notes sorted and protected. JAM Paper® Orange Glossy Two Pocket 3 Hole Punches Presentation Folders are made out of durable 100lb cardstock, measure 9 x 12 inches, and feature a vibrant orange, glossy finish! These folders are sold in packs of 25 folders. For efficient sorting and securing of your stranded sized documents, these folders feature two pockets on the inside on the right and left. The right side pocket includes a business card slot for holding and displaying your professional information and note cards. If you want to store and carry these folders inside 3 ring binders, there are three punch-out holes provided for this purpose. Use these folders to protect, organize, and carry your papers and notes!
  • Orange glossy with 3 hole punch
  • 3 hole punched for 3 hole punched paper
  • Two pocket presentation folder
  • 25 folders per box
  • Safety Data Sheet
Specifications
Paper Size : Letter # of Pockets : 2 Pockets Color Family : Orange True Color : Orange
Weight (lbs.) : 5 Length in Inches : 9.5 Pocket Folder Pack Size : 20 to 29 Pocket Folder Type : School
Pocket Folder Material : Cardstock Thickness in Inches : 0.1 Brand : Jam Paper Customizable : No
Weight : 2.00 lbs. per Pack

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