White Mountain Puzzles – A Family Tradition Made in Vermont
- July 08, 2015 |
In 1978, the same year that Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream was founded in Vermont, two entrepreneurs in New Hampshire started a small poster company that evolved into White Mountain Puzzles.
Ben & Jerry’s rapidly became a national brand and was sold to food giant Unilever in 2000. White Mountain Puzzles grew more gradually and is still owned by Cronan Minton and Ted Wroblewski — and, soon, their respective sons, Sean and Colin, will take over the business from their fathers.
Ted and Cronan are proud that White Mountain Puzzles has grown into one of the top puzzle brands in the United States! It took them longer than Ben & Jerry, but the satisfaction of having their sons involved in the business is worth its weight in gold.
Every White Mountain Puzzle is manufactured in America - in the shadow of the White Mountain Range, no less! All puzzles are interlocking and made of sturdy blue chipboard on recycled paper. Bring one home by clicking HERE.