October 26th, 2011
Make any business bag or backpack laptop-friendly with this 4imprint Exclusive laptop sleeve! The Tuckaway promotional laptop sleeve is a cushioned, zip-close neoprene case that adds a touch of impact resistance and scratch protection while you transport your technology in a favorite backpack or bag (or even on its own!).
But the Tuckaway is more than just a cover for your portable PC. Three special external pockets give this techy treat dedicated storage spots for a mouse and two USB flash drives, too! Everything you need for a coffee shop study session, trip to the library or an evening of take-home work fits neatly inside.
The black zip-close neoprene case holds laptops up to 10-3/4″ x 15″ and features contrast stitching for functional style — choose between blue, red and grey accents. Order as few as 25 of these dandy digital helpers for just $9.99 each! Quantity discounts are available, too, so you can outfit your team with customized tech protection for even less!
Where can you see yourself going with this one-of-a-kind tech accessory?
October 5th, 2009
If you haven’t seen these handy Life in Motion TSA Bags, check them out in this video. Very thoughtful and useful design if you travel frequently (or are looking to reach those who do!).
June 30th, 2009
I’ve mentioned how popular reusable shopping totes are right now – you see them everywhere and they are super-harndy. We’ve put up a couple new videos to tell you about them. If you’re looking for a well-received, effective promotion, these promotional totes are a winner.
June 29th, 2009
Looking for a popular trade show bag? Here’s a photo of our own John Lord holding our Hobo Tote. We’ve given away 800 of these about 7 hours at the SHRM show. Huge hit – maybe too huge…we ran out and are having reinforcements flown in for tomorrow!
September 9th, 2008
I have a confession to make. Up until recently I didn’t really like most reusable shopping bags out there. I agree with the concept and think it’s a great idea and a good way to conserve natural resources and all, but most of these ‘shopping bags’ were just tote bags made out of different material. They got the ‘durable but inexpensive’ part right, but totes are made mostly to carry documents, and a few odds and ends – not groceries or other items in most retail settings. As a vessel for carrying home the goods they just seemed to fall short somehow.
My how things have changed. Reusable bags 2.0 have hit the market, and they work! Once again simple design wins out – you can see these bags were designed by someone who actually had to get items from the end of a conveyor or out of a cart and into a bag.