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|Paper: Evergreen Investments Sticky Souvenir|
Evergreen Investments Sticky Souvenir was schwag picked up at a conference and given to me by David Darst. Evergreen Investments was the investment management business of Wachovia. The brand was merged into Wells Fargo Advantage Funds and subsequently phased out following Wells Fargo's acquisition of Wachovia.The brand was officially retired on July 20, 2010. Outside of the United States, the sales and distribution business was conducted under the brand name of Wachovia Global Asset Management. Evergreen Investments had US$245.9 billion in assets under management, 83 mutual funds, 2.7 million mutual fund shareholders and 1,064 employees as of June 30, 2008.Evergreen ranked among America's 30 largest asset management companies and one of the top 25 largest mutual fund families.
A sticky note is a small piece of paper with a re-adherable strip of glue on its back, made for temporarily attaching notes to documents and other surfaces. A unique low-tack pressure-sensitive adhesive allows the notes to be easily attached, removed, and even re-posted elsewhere without leaving residue. In 1968, Dr. Spencer Silver, a chemist at 3M Company, invented a unique, low-tack adhesive that would stick to things but also could be repositioned multiple times.
A machine applies the adhesive, stacks the paper, and cuts the paper pads to the specific sizes.It's difficult to find out where these sticky notes are made.