New York magazine’s story about Kimberley Papermakers’ mascot, Kimberle, comes as the company has been trying to convince consumers to adopt a healthier diet and a cleaner workplace.
The article also details how Kimberlys popularity has soared over the past few years.
“Kimberly’s success is a result of its high-quality products and high-end services,” the article says.
“At the same time, Kimbers popularity is a reflection of a strong desire to get more people to participate in the company’s mission.”
According to the article, Kimblers popularity has been fueled by the company using its website and social media platforms to spread the word.
The website has generated over 10 million page views and over 13 million followers, according to the company.
A recent video of Kimberleys mascot was viewed over one million times.
The company is also hoping to reach a wider audience by incorporating its Kimberlicious platform into more products.
“We have some great products that will be coming out soon that we think will really make the Kimberles world more connected,” Kimberls CEO Jim Gilder said.
The story also includes some new details about Kimblers history.
Kimberlins founder and founder John Kimberlee was born in New York City and the family moved to California with his siblings when he was just 3 years old.
The family then moved to the Bay Area, where Kimberl was born and raised.
Kimbler’s most notable achievements are the creation of the first “ketchup” machine in 1938 and the world’s first portable photocopier in 1953.
The brand was named after a song by the group the Monkees.