Leo Kahn, founder of Staples and a pioneer in big-box retailing, is now a pioneer in pine-box decaying.
Kahn tragically died after a series of strokes. By the time doctors got to him, he was already canary yellow and covered with a unique, low-tack adhesive that allowed his body to be removed without leaving marks or residue –not unlike a pad of 3-inch square Post-it Brand notes. With prices like $2.99 for ten pads of 50 sheets each, it’s not hard to guess why this week is “Memo Mania Week”!
Kahn opened his first store in 1986 and offered every item you’d ever need in an office, from reams of copy paper to rape kits.
He soon discovered the secret to amazingly low prices was to first get products directly from the manufacturer –and then not tell them about it.
Today the chain generates over $27 billion a year, primarily because it gives millions of employees something easy to steal while their souls are being crushed at bank jobs.
Kahn requested his internal organs be cushioned in bubble wrap and grouped in highly visible, strategically located “pods” where customers can bring in their internal organs and refill their precious bodily ink fluids.