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Mercury News Mercury News { October 2009 }

"The truth is, Lance Lee just didn't get it when clients would ask him if he could help them buy one share of stock in some big company ?and could he see to it that they received a paper stock certificate as proof of ownership?" Read more

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Live with Regis and Kelly Live with Regis and Kelly { November 2008 }
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"If you've got kids or grandchildren, buy them a share of stock in a company they love. Hang it on the wall, teach your kids about money! OneShare.com will actually send [a stock certificate] to you framed with a phrase at the bottom for the holidays."

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The Examiner The Examiner { December 2008 }

"Paper Stock Certificates make ‘the perfect gift?for those hard-to-shop-for individuals on one’s shopping list. OneShare.com sells individual, framed shares of stock in more than 200 of America’s favorite companies, including Harley-Davidson. Act now because this year could also be your last opportunity to give a piece of history, since many publicly traded companies are in the process of eliminating paper stock certificates, opting instead for electronic transfers to save costs."

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The Detroit News The Detroit News { December 2008 }

"Looking to save Detroit and give the perfect, yet inexpensive, holiday gift to your friends and relatives? On Wednesday, the site Oneshare.com was selling a single share of Ford stock, unframed, for $29. Many of us are looking for ways to show their loyalty and faith in the future of automotive America. This is one."

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Gather Gather { December 2008 }

"Financial-savvy teens will enjoy a gift from OneShare.com. This company allows the gift giver to purchase a single share of stock. The varieties are interesting and there are several teens would recognize-Krispy Kreme donuts, for instance. This ingenious program allows gift givers to buy stock without breaking the bank. The teen then has the opportunity to follow his or her investment and the option to buy additional shares down the road."

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The Wall Street Journal The Wall Street Journal { November 2008 }

"Ford and General Motors stock certificates: get these classic items of genuine Americana while you still can! And boy, are they cheap. The shares just cost a couple of dollars. Certificate specialist OneShare reports a surge in demand."

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The Motley Fool The Motley Fool { November 2008 }

"It’s a gift idea that could transform your loved ones?financial futures. You can buy one share of a stock as a gift at Web sites such as OneShare.com."

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Associated Content Associated Content { November 2008 }

"If you've ever thought of buying a single share of stock from a publicly traded company as a gift, there are several online companies that now make it possible. OneShare.com is probably the most well-known website for purchasing gift stock. Headquartered in San Francisco, it's been in business since 1996."

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AsianWeek AsianWeek { July 2008 }

"These are people who love Harleys, drink Peet's coffee everyday, drink a lot of Budweiser, so that stock certificate means they actually own one share and have something to show for it."

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El Paso Times El Paso Times { July 2008 }

"If you went to a regular broker, buying a single share of stock would be cost-prohibitive, and most don't want to do it... through OneShare.com you end up with a unique gift that is fun for children and educational."

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Kiplinger Kiplinger { June 2008 }

"Why not give Dad something more lasting for Father's Day this year — something that could make his retirement just a little bit richer? We're talking about stock, of course. If you want, you might even be able to get a single certificate framed to hang on the wall of the den, at sites such as OneShare.com."

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Today Show The Today Show { December 2007 }
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"For the chocoholic, give one share of Hershey’s. For the frappuccino addict: one share of Starbucks. For the techie: one share of Microsoft. With more than 130 public companies to choose among, there’s something for everyone. Just log on to OneShare.com."

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Globe and Mail The Globe and Mail { December 2007 }

"May we suggest stocks? Paper share certificates say so much as a gift. For children, there's the message that you think highly enough of them to introduce them to the wonders of capitalism (and that you think they already have enough toys). For adults, you can express a variety of sentiments. How about Tiffany & Co. for the jewellery lover? Or La-Z-Boy Inc. shares for the lazy boy in your life, perhaps with a side of Anheuser-Busch or Krispy Kreme Doughnuts?"

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Detroit Free Press Detroit Free Press { December 2007 }

"Adam Herman, a marketing coordinator for Wayne State University's honors program, bought a framed share of the Cheesecake Factory this year to give to a colleague who once held his job. The stock has the signature of a notable Wayne State alumni: David M. Overton, founder and CEO of the Cheesecake Factory. 'I think it's a gift that people will keep for a long time,' Herman said."

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Daily Journal Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal { December 2007 }

"Another gift option is stock. State Treasurer Tate Reeves said his two-child household uses OneShare.com. 'It can provide opportunities for parents and their kids to talk about financial literacy,' he said. 'The important thing is teaching your children not to consume 100 percent of their income and teaching them to put money away and save it for a rainy day.'"

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Driven Magazine Driven Magazine { November 2007 }

"Sure, you could ring up your broker and have him throw down some money on a share the old-fashioned way, but would it be delivered to your home beautifully framed with a custom inscription? Likely not. OneShare adds some fun factor and originality to the process, while ensuring you have something tangible for your office wall if the company ever goes belly up. Decide what you want to spend, pick a company, choose your frame, select a matte and create an engraving!"

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The Houston Chronicle The Houston Chronicle { November 2007 }

"Get loved ones excited about stock investing by buying them a single share in a company whose products they use. OneShare offers individuals shares of stocks in more than 130 companies, that come with an official unfolded stock certificate ready for framing. An "Owner's Manual" that comes with the stock teaches the basics of securities investing!"

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USA Weekend USA Weekend { November 2007 }

"Give a stake in someone's favorite company, such as Hasbro or Anheuser-Busch. The website is set up so you can browse by stock or recipient categories."

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USA Today USA Today { October 2007 }

"You can always give someone a sweater they'll never wear or a toy that will end up in a closet. But there's something more appealing about giving young people stock. Services such as OneShare let you buy one share of a stock and have the certificate framed, with an appropriate sentiment, if you wish. These make nice-looking presents and are fine if you want something tangible for the child to have."

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The News Tribune The News Tribune { June 2007 }

"Singleshare stock certificates make excellent gifts for the brand-loyal adult in your life, and there are dozens to choose from. Is Dad crazy about his "hog"? Get him a share of Harley for Father’s Day! Are diamonds Mom’s best friend? How about a share of Tiffany for the breakfast nook? Is a double latte part of your boss?morning ritual? Consider buying him or her a share of Starbucks for the office!"

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The Bergen Record The Bergen Record { June 2007 }

"Is Dad more of a watcher than a putter? Buy him ownership in Callaway Golf! Your gift includes a framed stock certificate and reference guide for new shareholders."

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GroomGroove.com GroomGroove.com { May 2007 }

"When it comes to thanking your best man and groomsmen for a job well done, a great gift is in order... Starbucks stock for the groomsman who is never without his venti iced coffee, or a piece of Harley-Davidson for the best man who has cubicle daydreams of taking a cross-country trip on a motorcycle." Read more

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Post and Courier The Post & Courier { April 2007 }

"It beats a tie! As a Father's Day present, OneShare.com suggests a share of stock in hip and successful motorcycle builder Harley-Davidson."

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Washington Post The Washington Post { April 2007 }

"Many parents know they need to do more to impart financial wisdom to their kids but want some help from outside organizations. To teach them about investing, there's the book by Oneshare.com, a Web site that sells single shares of stock, called "Stock Matters: An Introduction to Stock and Ownership." Read more

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Chicago Sun-Times The Chicago Sun-Times { December 2006 }

"OneShare will sell you a share of stock and send you the official certificate. Along with it you get an Owner's Manual... it's cleverly written, explaining the certificate itself, and what it means to own a piece of a public company. There are worse introductions to capitalism!"

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Continental Magazine Continental Magazine { December 2006 }

"Can't find the perfect gift? Single shares are a way to get kids to think like owners, excite them about stock, and make it real to them."

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The Motley Fool The Motley Fool { December 2006 }

"Here's an idea for a gift with a decidedly financial angle to it: Buy stock. Just imagine the oohs and ahhs as everyone opens their presents to find brand-new crisp paper stock certificates! Prepare yourself for the heartfelt exclamations of thanks you'll get from your entire family."

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Modern Bride Modern Bride { March 2006 }

"All those little blue boxes are lovely, but now you can give an actual share of Tiffany — one of 130 public companies available at OneShare. Your guests can buy one or more shares for a $39 fee plus the closing cost of the stock that day."

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Kansas City Star Kansas City Star { January 2006 }

"The stock certificate is a hook, a great way to grab your kids' attention about investing and the stock market."

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Maxim Magazine Maxim { December 2005 }

"Buy Dad a single framed share of any stock using OneShare, and — who knows? — you may make him a hundredaire someday!"

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Cruiser Magazine Cruiser { December 2005 }

"Feeling bullish? Might as well get in on the action with a few shares of Harley stock in your portfolio. This framed Harley stock certificate, featuring a contemporary design with the company’s logo, would complement any proud Hog owner’s wall."

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Upscale Magazine Upscale { November 2005 }

"Give stock! I don't know anyone who won't enjoy the opportunity to be a shareholder at someone else's expense."

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Denver Post The Denver Post { November 2005 }

"'If only I’d bought stock in Starbucks!' Sound familiar? Now you can, or you might want to spring for Pfizer (Viagra), Disney, Amazon or Pepsi. At OneShare, you can give a single share of stock in some of America‘s most famous or infamous companies (Halliburton is a big seller), framed with a personal message."

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Lavender Magazine Lavender { November 2005 }

"Finally, something classy and fun for the hard-to-buy-for. Invest in someone you love with a framed share of stock from one of any of a huge number of companies ranging from Disney to Tiffany!"

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