Ranlee Publishing (1981 - 1988) was an American map publishing and printing company based in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. The company created 'commemorative town posters' based on the model that businesses would pay between $295 to $495 for advertising space. At its height, the company had branch offices in eleven cities. By 1988, however, the business was the defendant in a lawsuit brought by businesses in cities across the country that had never received the promised maps. According to an August 11, 1988, report by The Record of Hackensack, New Jersey, a lawsuit was filed in Superior Court in Hackensacck by the Bergen County Division of Consumer Affairs against the publishing company on behalf of 230 defrauded businesses, which included '119 in Wisconsin, 57 in Minnesota, and the rest scattered among Illinois, New York, Florida, California, Iowa, and Georgia.