ThePackagingTeam.com Releases a New Line of Reusable Tote Bags

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ThePackagingTeam.com releases a new line of multi-use, non-woven nylon tote bags that are as stylish as they are environmentally appropriate.

ThePackagingTeam.com has decided to release a new line of tote bags that can be modified to fit the individual needs of each client. They have managed to make a tote bag that is reusable, affordable, and fashionable.

With their new flat totes ThePackagingTeam allows customers to actually build their own bags. There are optional bag materials, handle size and colors. There is a choice of closure and printing options as well. Their budget-conscious, light-weight cotton sheeting, offers an ultra-smooth decorating surface for fine-detailed imprints.

These totes also make great gift bags for companies who want to design something special for a particular season or holiday. Gifts can be nestled inside totes designed for that occasion on a bed of ThePackagingTeam's premium packing tissue paper, which comes in a variety of colors and styles from soft autumn to vibrant gold and beyond.

These tote bags can also be designed with a company's logo and public image in mind. This chic bag is styled to have a large printing area for logos, messages, and decorations. The gusset bag is a "walking billboard." It is the kind of thing that works at trade shows, farmer's markets, grocery stores, conferences, book sales and health fairs.

ThePackagingTeam has been bringing packing supplies, garment bags and gift wrapping to the internet for years. They offer a wide variety of garment bags meant to fit any traveler's needs. For the world traveler they carry extra-strong garment bags. For that week-end get-away to the beach they provide an easy to carry light-weight garment bag.

From reusable environmentally friendly tote bags engineered to each costumer's desire, to tissue paper and garment bags ThePackagingTeam has a little something for everyone.

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