Leed’s To Introduce Checkpoint-Friendly Computer Bags
Pittsburgh-based Leed’s, a member of Polyconcept North America, the second-largest supplier within the promotional products industry, is launching four “CheckMate”—checkpoint-friendly—computer bags on December 29. Tested with the manager of transportation security at Dulles Airport to comply with 2008 TSA guidelines, the butterfly design of the bags provides for an unobstructed X-ray view of laptop computers when the bags are properly packed. This design will allow travelers to leave their computers in the designated laptop-only compartments, rather than remove them, as they pass through airport security to streamline checkpoint processing.
“CheckMate bags were created to offer the promotional products industry access to the latest bags that will be in demand for travelers in 2009,” reported Heather Smartt, category manager for Leed’s. “I want to provide the very best products for our customers and, as a business traveler myself, I know our CheckMate bags will be in demand among people who fly often. We’re confident that these bags will be a hit for their cutting-edge design and for being priced less than similar, retail bags.”
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