TowelDog, Your Personal Towel Tote, is featured in the December, 2012 issue of Good Housekeeping Magazine as a Total Time Saver

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Sales of TowelDog – the portable, affordable, and convenient new option for carrying a cloth or towel – are already on the rise with the holiday season fast approaching; and a glowing mention in the December edition of Good Housekeeping magazine reaffirms TowelDog as a “hands free” productivity tool that makes cooking, baking, and all-around cleaning “less of a chore” and “less of a mess.”

TJBrands, the makers of TowelDog, Your Personal Towel Caddy, is pleased to announce that TowelDog has been reviewed in the December edition of Good Housekeeping magazine. TowelDog – a must-have product for anyone who could stand to have a towel or cloth nearby – was created to provide an option that is better than throwing a towel over a shoulder or stuffing a towel edge into a pocket. With TowelDog – referred to by Good Housekeeping (in its December Total Time Savers section) as a “hands free” product that can make cleaning and cooking “less of a chore” and “less of a mess” – cooks, servers, mechanics, moms, nannies, athletic coaches, teachers, and anyone else can always have a towel or cloth at the ready.

Brought to market just this year, in early 2012, TowelDog – the brainchild of two friends from Austin, Texas who shared a great idea, together – is a small towel tote device which is clipped to one’s belt or pocket. The device has a few soft teeth which grasp a cloth or towel – one press of the towel against the TowelDog and the towel stays in place. A handy and affordable tool for hassle-free cleaning and wiping, TowelDog inventor, Terry Markwardt is ecstatic that TowelDog has been branded by Good Housekeeping as a product that: keeps a towel by your side so you can wipe dirty hands without stepping away from the stove (or the mixing bowl) – something every busy cook can appreciate.

“Well, we’re very proud of this great exposure, and – speaking for small businesses and startups all over the world – it just goes to show that a good idea, combined with lots of persistence and dedication, can go a long way,” Markwardt said. “As an entrepreneur, there is always the hope that you’ve developed a product that can truly generate real, and viable, interest. To be mentioned in such a positive light – in Good Housekeeping magazine, no less – simply reaffirms what we already believe: that TowelDog is a product that will succeed because it can help so many people – in so many different arenas and environments – in a very simple, specific, and needed way.”

Public response to the TowelDog has been resoundingly positive since the product’s initial launch – at the 2012 Vacuum Dealer’s Trade Association Show in New Orleans, LA. At that event, TowelDog quickly sold out its entire first-production stock, and has been working ever since to keep up with an increasingly growing demand from customers within a wide range of spaces: from healthcare, automotive, and light industrial to education, athletics, and culinary.
A product of TJBrands LLC, TowelDog is offered in five fetching colors (Greyhound, Black Lab, Old Yeller, Pink Poodle, and Blue Heeler) and is available for purchase at the special price of $12.50 USD, with free shipping. For more information or to purchase several TowelDogs today, please visit

About TJBrands LLC and TowelDog®: TJBrands LLC is a partnership formed by Jim Beachler and Terry Markwardt. TJBrands’ product, TowelDog®, was debuted at the 2012 Vacuum Dealer’s Trade Show in New Orleans. TowelDog is a registered trademark, and the device’s design is patent pending. Terry Markwardt is a retired mechanical engineer who has worked for a large multi-national company for many years. Prior to the formation of TJBrands, Terry Markwardt had a small company which made various specialty items sold at various arts and crafts shows. Jim Beachler had a small company which specialized in wood products. For more information, visit:

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