1993Calendar Club US & Canada
Calendar Club opens their first store in Canada, and their first 62 stores in the US.
1998Calendar Club UK
Calendar Club UK opens it's first 12 stores in shopping centres across the country.
2003Calendar Club goes online
After 5 years of opening temporary stores on the high street, the CalendarClub.co.uk website is launched.
2004Sceptre Award Winners
From 2004-2006, Calendar Club wins Best Short Term Retailer of the Year at the SCEPTRE Awards. Calendar Club no longer enters the awards, but instead acts as sponsor.
Director Gary Beck appears on The Apprentice. Rival teams Invicta and Velocity fight it out to sell the most charity calendars to top retailers, including Calendar Club and Harrods, with Invicta's childrens' theme emerging as the winner.
200810th Anniversary Celebrations
Calendar Club celebrate their 10th year opening in shopping centres across the UK.
2009New Moon Rising
The buzz surrounding teen vampire series Twilight sees the 2010 New Moon Wall Calendar become our biggest seller ever, shifting over 50,000 copies.
2011The Exe Box
In July of 2011, Calendar Club leaves the old HQ at Water Lane after more than 15 years, heading down the road to a 12,000m2 warehouse known as the Exe Box. Formerly the home of M&S, the premises is also home to sister companies Otter House and Carousel Calendars.
2012The Present People
Calendar Club launches the Present People concept, with around 15 stores receiving an allocation of toys, gadgets and games alongside their calendar stock.
2012The Right Direction
The New Moon calendar is toppled after only two years at the top of the sales chart. One Direction's official 2013 effort notches up a staggering final total of 57,920.