Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia
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By Kendra Wilson Once upon a time, adolescents were apprenticed to a master craftsman who would teach them a profession, a craft, if you will. Today, we've tacked on the word "arts" and suddenly the immediate association of the word "crafts" has changed to little kids run amuck with Elmer's glue and great aunt Ida humming along gleefully, her knitting needles clickity clicking a great, big ball of fuchsia yarn. In truth, crafters truly do run that gamut, from the young to the simply young at heart. According to Jerry Cohen, publisher and president of All American Crafts (AAC), parent company to
The Martha Stewart brand, synonymous with the notion of raising the quality of living in and around the home, drives diverse and complementary publishing, television, branded merchandise and retail businesses. The largest selection of Martha Stewart-branded merchandise—more than 3,000 products—can be found exclusively at Kmart in the United States and Zellers in Canada. About 1,200 products are featured in the company's retail businesses: its catalog, Martha by Mail, and the Internet site, marthastewart.com. The largest segment of its business, representing more than 60 percent of the revenue