Joined 12 years ago
I have been in the Luggage & Gift business since 1978. Our company started as a luggage repair and luggage replacement vendor to the airline industry. Today we offer a diverse selection of luggage, business & computer cases, travel accessories, personal leather goods, pens, desk accessories, jewelry boxes, and engravable gifts for the home or office.
I am an active board member of the Travel Goods Association (TGA) and have served on the board and held officer positions in the National Luggage Dealers Association (NLDA). I am a Subject Matter Expert for the TGA in the development of the Travel Goods Specialist Program. A program that allows anybody in the Travelgoods Industry to become a specialist knowledgeable about different types of travelers and what products and information will best meet their needs. In general I have a passion for travel and appreciate practical designs that make travel functional yet fashionable!
3 years ago
The label "Genuine Leather" is more confusing than helpful. This article will help the consumer understand the distinctions between various qualities of leather.
11 years ago
Polycarbonate Luggage is available in a diverse range of quality and price. This article will help the consumer make an educated decision and understand the difference between polycarbonate vs. polycarbonate composite
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