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'''Prince Paper''' is a local paper company and competing business with [[Dunder Mifflin]]. In [[Prince Family Paper]], [[Michael]] and [[Dwight]] go to "steal" their clients after Michael receives an assignment from [[David Wallace]]. In the end, Michael and Dwight are successful, much to the chagrin of Michael, who had grown to like the people who worked at the company.
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'''Prince Paper''' is a local paper company and competing business with [[Dunder Mifflin Paper Company|Dunder Mifflin]]. In [[Prince Family Paper]], [[Michael Scott|Michael]] and [[Dwight Schrute|Dwight]] go to "steal" their clients after Michael receives an assignment from [[David Wallace]]. In the end, Michael and Dwight are successful, much to the chagrin of Michael, who had grown to like the people who worked at the company.
   
 
It is later revealed that Prince Paper did indeed go out of business as a result of losing their clients to Dunder Mifflin. {{5x19}}
 
It is later revealed that Prince Paper did indeed go out of business as a result of losing their clients to Dunder Mifflin. {{5x19}}
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==Employees==
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*Roger Prince Sr.
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*Linda Prince
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*Roger Prince Jr.
 
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Princepaper

Prince Paper: Since 1968

Prince Paper is a local paper company and competing business with Dunder Mifflin. In Prince Family Paper, Michael and Dwight go to "steal" their clients after Michael receives an assignment from David Wallace. In the end, Michael and Dwight are successful, much to the chagrin of Michael, who had grown to like the people who worked at the company.

It is later revealed that Prince Paper did indeed go out of business as a result of losing their clients to Dunder Mifflin. ("Two Weeks")


EmployeesEdit

  • Roger Prince Sr.
  • Linda Prince
  • Roger Prince Jr.
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