The Card Cubby® Takes the Organizational World by Storm

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Card Cubby® has exceeded 2008 earnings expectations with four months left of the fiscal year. Winter Springs, FL July 31, 2008. Card Cubby a multi-use organizational alphabetized mini-card file that fits into purses or briefcases is making busy lives a little easier. Card Cubby was introduced in January 2008 and has experienced sales in 41 states, Canada, Australia, and Great Britain.

Wendy Krepak, a Commercial Real Estate Professional, Wife and Mother, created the Card Cubby out of sheer necessity. "For years I was frustrated by my lack of organization when I shopped," she recalls. "Where was that frequent buyer card or money-saving coupon that I knew was in my purse? It was probably lying mangled along with receipts and various loose papers somewhere in its depths."

In her quest for organization, Krepak found many items that allowed for storage of cards and coupons, but they failed to solve the problem as she held up check-out lines while she searched for the desired item.

Krepak continues to earn rave reviews for her Cubby. Renee Fuller, a proud Card Cubby owner stated, "I received my Card Cubby a week ago and it's been a dream come true. It took me only a few minutes to set it up and put all my frequent user cards and special offer cards in - ALPHABETICALLY! (I love that!) The Cubby has already saved me money by having coupons and cards when I need them, in a place I can find them! Thank you for offering a unique product that pays for itself in no time!"

Due to the huge response to her Card Cubby, Krepak has added a line of "Kool Tools," which include a Mini Pocketlens®, Picopad®, and mini brag books. All compliment the Card Cubby and fit neatly inside. A recipe system is currently being designed and should be released in the next 30 days.

The Card Cubby and accessories can be purchased in retail stores across the country or on-line.


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