Editor's Picks: Have a Holly, Jolly Layover
Oh, the holidays and the fun they bring: cookie making, decorating, gift giving and traveling. Wait a minute, that last one is the opposite of fun. As someone who calls Los Angeles her hometown, the holidays are synonymous with travel. As if the mix of training, flying and cabbing is not bad enough, it also comes with my least favorite pastime: packing (my favorite pastime being procrastinating packing). Every year I wait until the very last minute to get the job done. When I'm not pinning I focus the bulk of my pretravel time on crafting the perfect flight playlist. My hatred of packing may be because I am a habitual over-packer (although I maintain you never know when you'll need a hula hoop). I don't see my packing troubles ending anytime soon, but I can certainly make my jet-setting easier with the right luggage.
Treat clients to these top-notch luggage products to ensure they have worry-free travels and can enjoy the true joys of the holiday season: peppermint hot chocolate and ugly sweater parties.
Keep end-user wardrobes wrinkle-free as they endure planes, trains and automobiles this holiday season with the Garment Bag from Bodek and Rhodes. The 210-D nylon polyurethane bag has fold-and-carry double handles and a durable zipper.
Perhaps your end-users can't avoid crying babies and barely there legroom while they travel, but they can have space for all of the Advil, neck pillows and clothing they need once they reach their destination with the Holiday 4 PC Set Luggage from Golden Pacific International. The set comes with 20 percent more packing space ideal for the over-packer. With a decorated exterior, users can easily find their luggage at baggage claim.
Carry-on My Wayward Son
Efficient travelers can claim overhead space with the Spectra Global Carry-On from TRG Group. Your clients won't have to worry about delicate holiday gifts being broken in checked bags thanks to the 100 percent pure bayer polycarbonate bag. It comes in black, red and blue.
Hannah Abrams is the senior content editor for Promo Marketing. In her free time, she enjoys coming up with excuses to avoid exercise, visiting her hometown in Los Angeles and rallying for Leonardo DiCaprio to win his
first second Academy Award.