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Gerber Tools
SloganWorld's Number 1 Source for Gerber Tools
Type [[Company_Type:=Private|Private]]
Founded founder =
Headquarters Template:Country data USA Haughton, [[State_Name:=Louisiana|Louisiana]] [[Country_Name:=United States|US]]
IndustryElectronic Shopping
NAICS454111 453998
Contact Two Point Exterprises Haughton, US 
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Reference Gerber Tools is A Gerber Tools reseller and client of Page Creations
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Gerber Tools offers information about Gerber Knives and Tools through its large scale resale website Gerber Legendary Blades has a reputation for making quality knives with innovative designs since the companies inception in 1939.[1]

Gerber Legendary Blades


In 1910, the Gerber family started an advertising firm in Portland, Oregon.[2] While working for the family business, Joseph Gerber mailed 24 sets of kitchen knives to clients during the holidays.[2] These handmade knives were very popular, with then catalog retailer Abercrombie & Fitch requesting more of these knives from Gerber to sell in their catalog in 1939.[2] Gerber then left the advertising business and started Gerber Legendary Blades that same year.[2]

In 1966, the company relocated to a new headquarters next to Interstate 5 in what is now Tigard.[2] Finnish company Fiskars purchased the private company in 1987.[2] Chad Vincent was hired as chief executive officer in July 2001.[2] By 2003 the company employed 300 people and had revenues near $100 million and was the second leading seller of multitools in the United States.[2]




Video Overviews

Each knife from Gerber Legendary Knives has a detailed video explaining the build and functionality of the knife. Use the search uploads blank below to find the video relating to the knife you would like to know more about.

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Notes and References

  1. ^ Pacella, Gerard (2002), 100 Legendary Knives, Iola, USA, Krause Publications, 145. ISBN 0873494172
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h Williams, Christina Dyrness. “Inside Oregon Business: Gerber sharpens edge on growth, marketing”. The Oregonian, October 9 2003, Business, p. D1.

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