New Smartphone Purse with Touch-screen Capabilities, Designed by Local Entrepreneur, Tami Trover Lange
Save the Girls is a purse company with a unique design which allows you to text, answer calls and other smartphone functions while still in your purse!
Now you can carry your phone with you everywhere, in a safe, fashionable purse. So “save your girls” from being a pocket and get this fantastic cell phone pocket purse!
A new smartphone purse with touch-screen capabilities has been designed by local entrepreneur, Tami Trover Lange. Lange designed the purse with the realization that phones keep getting bigger and pockets are either non-existent in women’s clothing or too small to fit today’s larger iphone 7 and 8, Androids and other larger models. “We use our phones continually throughout the day,” Lange says.
“We need a way for them to comfortably stay with us in a safe and secure location.” Most of the purses Lange has developed are a small, cross-body purse, with a touch-screen backing, making it easy to send a quick text, answer calls, read emails or Facebook through the backside of the purse. Lange just arrived back from a two week trip to China to develop additional purses for her line. “Everyone was asking me about my little purse,” Lange said. “My passport was tucked inside, along with everything I needed to be out of country, but mostly it was the fact that I could tell a taxi driver where to go by showing him on the reverse side of the purse, or shoot a quick text while my purse was secure, that got everyone’s attention.”
Lange is running her business out of her home in Edwardsville, Illinois, but she plans to move her operation to Belleville as sales begin to build. The business is named “Save the Girls.” The tongue-in-check name was developed from a desire to save women from losing their phones, dropping them in the toilet, or even having to use their bras as cell pocket holders because there weren’t other convenient options. Her products can be found at savethegirls.com
Send an email to Hasan Tareq of Save the Girls