Rite in the Rain
noun - Rite in the Rain is all-weather writing paper that can get wet and still be written on legibly. It is owned and managed by the J.L. Darling Corporation, after its founder Jerry Darling, passed away.
Founder Jerry Darling developed the early version of Rite in the Rain paper to address that problem for the Pacific Northwest logging industry in the 1920's and our product has been evolving ever since. The Tacoma, Washington company's products are used around the globe in situations ranging from desert warfare to rain forest insect research.
The Silver family took the reins from Darling in the late 1950's. Scott and Todd Silver, co-presidents, are committed to making the J.L. Darling Corporation one of the best places to work on the planet.
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