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American Greetings Corporation, LLC is a privately owned American company and is the world’s second largest greeting cardproducer behind Hallmark Cards. Based in Westlake, Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland, the company sells paper greeting cards, electronic greeting cards, party products (such as wrapping papers and decorations), and electronic expressive content (e.g., ringtones and images for cell phones). In addition, the company owns the Carlton Cards, Tender Thoughts, Just For You, and Gibson brands. American Greetings’s former toy design and licensing division, initially called Those Characters From Cleveland, subsequently renamed American Greetings Properties and now separately owned as Cloudco Entertainment, includes copyrighted properties such as Care Bears, Topsy and Tim, The Get Along Gang, Popples, and Holly Hobbie. American Greetings also holds an exclusive license for Nickelodeon characters. Founded in 1906 by Polish immigrant Jacob Sapirstein (1885–1987), who sold cards from a horse-drawn cart, American Greetings has been run by members of the family since its inception. Irving I. Stone (Sapirstein’s oldest son, who changed his surname to Stone) was stuffing envelopes at age five, handling the business during his father’s illness when he was nine and worked for the company full-time upon leaving high school. He was succeeded as CEO by his son-in-law Morry Weiss in 1987, and Stone took the title “Founder-Chairman” previously held by his father, when Weiss became chairman in 1992, before dying in 2000. In 1993, American Greetings began sponsoring the Entertainment Tonight Birthdays, also in that same year, the company also introduced its new corporate mascot, the Birthday Bear, AG remained sponsor until 2000, when competitor Hallmark Cards assumed sponsorship. In 1999, the company bought rival Gibson Greetings and united the second and third largest U.S. greeting card makers. In 2003, Morry Weiss’s sons Zev and Jeffrey became CEO and President respectively; Morry Weiss remained Chairman. In early 2007, American Greetings replaced Kellogg’s as the sponsor for Dragon Tales. American Greetings has also branched out onto the internet and owns a network of websites. October 25, 2007, it announced the purchase of Webshots from CNET for $45 million in cash.