Naples, FL (PRWEB) July 25, 2013
The Original Seat Sack Company is ready to assist students in the organization process with the New Hand-e-Sack Stick and Store, the perfect way to keep an organized space. The product features a 3M Dual Lock system which allows the sack to easily attach to the side of a desk or table. The new single pocket sack is perfect for a box of crayons, pencils, calculator, flash cards and more. This sack allows small items that get lost inside of a desk to remain close at hand while students work at school or home.
The Hand-e-Sack can be used in many useful ways. Whether you are in a classroom, office or another type of work area, it is perfect for containing small items in an area close at reach. “Hand-e-Sacks are not just for the classroom. In fact, Seat Sack uses the Hand-e-Sack to organize small items around the office, in the manufacturing facility and shipping areas,” according to Michelle Holder, Director of Marketing and Sales. “It’s a great way to easily organize small items that workers use frequently, but tend to get misplaced.”
During the month of August, customers will receive a free sample of the Hand-e-Sack Stick & Store when they purchase fifty dollars or more worth of products. In addition to the free offer, Seat Sack will give away several classroom sets of organizers in their “Hand-e-Way to Organize Giveaway”. Customers can simply fill out the online form for a chance to win a set of classroom organizer.
The Original Seat Sack Company, developed by Ann McAlear has been working with parents and teachers to provide organizers for the home, school and office since 1999. With the success of the patented Seat Sack chair pocket and other classroom organizers, the corporation has expanded its product line to feature a full line of high quality educational products, teacher resources and organizers through the O2Teach division. The passion of both companies is to provide educational resources and organizers that assist educators and parents in engaging learners and meeting the needs of the individual learner. The company invites visitors to shop http://www.seatsack.com or to view the company’s new digital catalogs.