In 1926 Hubert Stump established Stump Printing, Inc. (the first name of the organization) in South Whitley, Indiana, a residential community found simply outside Fort Wayne, Indiana. The first Stumps was begun principally as a neighborhood daily paper distributer and business printer. Nearby legend has it that in the profundities of the Depression, Hubert Stump was left with one nickel that he could use to either purchase a piece of bread with or put in the congregation accumulation plate. Hubert chose to put the nickel in the gathering plate. The precise following day, he concocted the idea of the "Memorie" booklet, which was a printed support for High School Proms and Junior-Senior gatherings. The "Memorie" booklet ended up being an incredible achievement.
In 1996, Stumps spearheaded the principal site gave altogether to the Prom and gathering market. In January 1999, Stumps revealed the world's first on-line party superstore, Shindigz. This total on-line index offered web shopping. Shindigz, Spiritline, and Stumps gathering are all branches of the first Stumps Printing organization and are all part of the Shindigz group of brands.
Shindigz was named "Business person of the Year" by Ernst and Young in 1999 and one of "Indiana's 100 Fastest Growing Companies" by the Indiana University Kelley School of Business. In 2000, Forbes Magazine named Shindigz.com one of the "Main 400 Websites in America." In the July 2002 issue, Catalog Success magazine named five index industry experts as champs of the primary yearly Catalogers of the Year grants. Victors exhibited development in recording, quantifiable organization development, and headway to the index business all in all. As indicated by Donna Loyle, manager of Catalog Success, the Business-to-Business Catalogers of the Year honor was given to the Moyles due to their noteworthy business discernment. Since their buy of Stumps in 1990, the Moyles have taken the organization from a one-index organization with 40 representatives to a firm with three sites and more than 225 workers. The organization now serves the shopper, proficient gathering organizer and games fan.