COMPANY PROFILE

 

THE CALENDARS.COM STORY

Calendars.com, through its parent company Go! Retail Group, was founded in 1999 and is home to the world’s largest selection of calendars. With more than 12,000 products online, Calendars.com also offers an expansive selection of games, toys, puzzles, and gifts. 

The company's primary product mix is calendars, but the selection of games, toys, and puzzles has been growing each year. There are about 8,700 varieties of calendars sold on Calendars.com, from artists like Charles Wysocki, Thomas Kinkade, Mary Engelbreit, Linda Nelson Stocks and Lowell Herrero. Calendars.com has also offered licensed calendars featuring popular music artists like: Taylor Swift, Beatles, Elvis Presley, BTS, Billie Eilish, Ed Sheeran, RUSH, John Lennon and many more. 

Calendars.com sells a large selection of games, toys, puzzles and gifts. The company's largest franchise has over 65 licensed versions from The Walking Dead, Big Bang Theory, The Hobbit, and even The Legend of Zelda. If board games aren't your thing, there's a selection of over 500 puzzles online with more being added daily. 

Through its international partners, Calendars.com has extended its selection, and world class service, to online customers in Canada, the UK and Australia / New Zealand on the websites Calendarclub.caCalendarclub.co.uk and Calendars.com.au.


Go! Retail Group was founded by CEO Marc Winkelman in 1993 and is the largest operator of seasonal, mall-based pop-up stores in the world. Go! Retail Group is the parent company to several strong retail brands, including Go!, Calendars.com and Attic Salt. Go! Retail Group has a vibrant and unique culture, with a focus on fun and hard work. In addition to its growing ecommerce operations, the company operates over 500 seasonal stores and up to 100 year round stores in shopping malls, outlets, and lifestyle centers in the US, Canada, England, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand. The Go! Retail Group brands have been featured on Good Morning America, Huffington Post, BuzzFeed, and many more.