Victor, NY (PRWEB) February 15, 2013
SailorBags (http://www.sailorbags.com) is introducing new sailcloth gifts, gear and home décor at the San Francisco International Gift Fair held on February 16-19, 2013, with nautical items for every occasion. The company has broadened its product line which now includes decorative sailcloth items for the home or cottage including pillows, placemats and bucket bags.
SailorBags is an affordable line of retail bags made from real, custom-woven sailcloth. By removing the resins and chemicals that make sailcloth stiff and unpleasant to handle, the bags retain the qualities that are important to on-the-go consumers—waterproof, washable, stain resistant, and UV protected to stand up to environmental elements.
"Customers understand and value the functionality and durability of sailcloth, but what they really like about SailorBags products is the fashionable style. Products that work hard and look great while doing it,” said Anne Zimmer, president, SailorBags.“With a broad range of products, at many price points, there is something for many types of stores and customers. Low opening order amounts and no reorder minimums make it easy to try out the line.”
New nautical items for the home or cottage:
Practical, nautical chic sailcloth fashion:
SailorBags will be exhibiting in booth # 2526 at the San Francisco International Gift Fair http://www.sfigf.com/Content/344.htm at Moscone Center.
The full line of SailorBags can be personalized for any individual, business, retail store, college, sports club, etc. with names and logos.
SailorBags® makes affordable bags from custom-woven sailcloth designed for a rough, adventurous and sporty lifestyle. The company continues to design stylish, yet completely indestructible products that stand up to sun, waves and squalls. SailorBags is headquartered near New York’s Finger Lakes region with close proximity to many of its key markets and customers—those that have a passion for the water and the nautical lifestyle. For more information about SailorBags visit http://www.sailorbags.com.