Nasco was started in 1941 by a vocational agriculture teacher. He developed several teaching aids to use in his vocational agriculture classes…teaching aids that were not readily available from any other source. This simple act of filling a classroom need with an appropriate product was to become a way of life for Nasco in years to come.
Located in Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, Nasco is comprised of a central office, warehouse facilities, production facility (biologicals and educational kits), and plastics manufacturing plant.
Market expansion led to the establishment
of a mail-order division in Modesto, California.
Nasco's 20 different catalogs offer over 65,000 unique products to meet the needs of teachers in 14 different educational subject areas, farmers and ranchers, and industry. In addition to serving customers in all 50 states, Nasco's unique blend of products for education, health care, agriculture, and industry appeals to customers in over 100 countries. Our mission is to provide customers with the best in quality, personal service, and affordably priced products. Nasco's mail-order catalogs offer a convenient, inexpensive way for individuals in education, health care, agriculture, and industry to shop for the items they need.
Nasco's “sales force” is comprised of 20 mail-order catalogs. Each year, we mail over 5 million Nasco catalogs to our valued customers worldwide!
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