Campus Cards, College and University Identification and Security

General Meters eyes rapid growth as it approaches the quarter-century mark

Tuesday, January 1, 2002

As the first installment in the CR80News series on the major players in the campus card market, the following profile of General Meters Corporation investigates the company’s history, products, and philosophy.

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