Keeping track of cell phones is a hassle for women. Not only are pants pockets nonfunctional, but larger purses tend to turn into a bottomless pit and everything gets lost. Many women resort to stowing their cell phone in their bra as a last resort. After coming up dry when looking for an alternative to keep phones at the ready while also staying out of bras, Tami Lange came up with a brilliant idea to solve this common problem for women.
Save the Girls is a purse company with a unique design which allows users to text, answer calls and use other smartphone functions while keeping the phone safe inside the purse. “I have five kids, and two of my daughters lost their iPhones within the same week,” Lange said. “That weekend at a family reunion, my sister-in-law pulled her phone out of her bra and she has breast cancer! I went online to try and find something for all the girls and couldn’t find anything, so that’s how we came up with this.”
Lange designed a prototype, a cell phone touch screen purse, all in one week and the product quickly blew up almost overnight. She had to quit her job of 25 years to focus on the company and within a year, Lange sold over a million dollars worth of touch screen purses. Now in its second year, Save the Girls is becoming increasingly popular.
These touch screen purses come in a wide variety of styles and colors to suit all of your customers. The current best-seller is Classic Elegance, which is a simply beautiful touch screen purse that comes in four different colors. Purses containing RFID protection are also popular, which helps to protect credit card information from being stolen.
Save the Girls has become so popular that the company was even invited to the Oscars. “The purses were in gift bags, which was super cool, and actresses loved them,” Lange said. “We were also invited to the Billboard awards where Mariah Carey, Madonna and Taylor Swift all received our bags too.”
The best part about these unique purses is that 10 percent of all profits are donated to breast cancer research. Lange says seeing her sister-in-law carrying her phone inside her bra was the last straw and wanted to create something better for women everywhere. Give your customers the comfort of protecting their phones while also donating to a good cause with touch screen purses from Save the Girls.
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