When customers were staring at empty store shelves once stocked full of toilet paper, a small Omaha group of visually impaired and blind employees clearly saw how they could help. Outlook Nebraska, an Omaha toilet paper factory dedicated to employing a blind and visually impaired workforce worked overtime to churn out more product. The organization sold 40,000 rolls of toilet paper in one day.
Founded in early 2000, Outlook Nebraska is a not-for-profit organization with a mission on producing paper products, and a determination to establish and foster a productive blind and visually impaired workforce. The organization is the largest employer of the blind and visually impaired in a 7-state region.