Archive for December, 2011

Top 10 Blogs of 2011

Thursday, December 29th, 2011

In an effort to keep up with tradition, we will take a look back at favorite blogs posts from the past year. It is always a good way to remember various C-Line products that help us stay organized both at the office and at home.

Without further ado, the Top 10 Blogs of 2011!

  1. Specialty Holders Go Beyond Storing Baseball Cards
  2. Vinyl Pocket Provides Protection to Oversize Papers
  3. Clip Name Badge as a Food Tag at your BBQ?!? Oh Yes, You Can!
  4. Write-On Project Folders are Perfect in Every Setting
  5. Poly Expanding File Keeps Hobby on Budget
  6. Laminating Film Makes Recipe Cards Durable
  7. Organize with Color
  8. Store Ongoing Project Documents in Poly Envelope
  9. Dinner Menu Holder Gives Delicious Preview
  10. Shop Ticket Holder Become Junk Drawer Organizer

Share with us what your favorite post is of 2011? Comment below and let us know!

Vinyl Pocket Expands to Give Extra Storage in Binders

Tuesday, December 20th, 2011

So you have put together your presentation using C-Line’s binders, sheet protectors and tabbed index dividers. And, now the question is how to store the supplemental items that need to be brought to your meeting.

Things like catalogs, pricers, small samples and additional presentation materials need to be stored in order to avoid losing anything on the way to the meeting. The ideal situation would be to find something that keeps the presentation binder and all other extra materials together.

C-Line has a unique Super Capacity Sheet Protector that is able to add more storage space to binders by allowing the vinyl pocket to store a variety of objects.

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Clip Badge Holder Perfect Size for Time’s Up! Badge

Tuesday, December 13th, 2011

If you are one of our regular blog readers, then you are already aware of C-Line’s Time’s Up! Self-Expiring Visitor Badges. This particular line of badges is an easy-to-use option that has the ability to increase security measures taken in schools and corporate buildings.

The 24-hour expiring badge will display a “Void” indicator that can easily be identified. The indicator aims to signify that the badge is not valid, and suggests that the visitor is no longer permitted in the building or that they must obtain a new badge for continued authorized access.

Due to the self-adhesive nature of the badges, it is recommended that they not be applied to vinyl, leather, suede, corduroy or silk. This may become an issue when using the badges if someone visiting your facility has on conflicting attire.

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