Looking for a great gift for a woman who knows how to network? A really cute idea, especially for Valentine’s Day, is the “Really Red Croc” Card Cubby® $19.99, made of imitation croc.
The brainchild of Commercial Real Estate Professional, Wendy Kerpak, the Card Cubby is simple, but clever: a handy little organizer pouch that’s like a mini rolodex on the go.
The Card Cubby portable pouches are about the size of a small makeup bag (and you could use yours without the card inserts, just for toting small items like keys and lipstick), but what they’re meant to do is keep business cards and coupons, organized. Color-coordinated, alphabetized index cards that fit perfectly inside the Card Cubby, are included.
When I first saw the Card Cubby® “wallet I could see immediately that there were many ways to use it. If you go to trade shows, conventions, or events like Fashion Week, where business cards flow like an endless river, you end up with a stack of cards all loose (and myabe, lost) in your handbag. It is easy (and impressively organized) to pull out your card caddy, remove one of your cards, and take the other person’s card and immediately file it in the wallet. When you get home, you’ll know all those precious contacts will be accounted for.
Another way to use it is to store discount coupons, frequent buyer cards, and those little plastic gift cards that always seem to be lost, or at home, when you need them. These days, “couponing” is more popular than ever. The Snap Closure and clear, ID window on the outside means you won’t have to worry about losing these valuables.
If you don’t have a lot of business cards or coupons to tote around, the Card Cubby is a cute way to store the ones you do have on your desk, at home.
The Card Cubby comes in 16 designs and colors in smooth and pebbled pleather” (so it’s “green” too). All are under $20. I think the bright red version is perfect for Valentines’ Day, but any or all would make a thoughtful and unique gift anytime.
Visit the Card Cubby Web Site to see more styles and for ordering
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