Archive for October, 2012

Meet C-Line’s Travel Expense Organizer

Wednesday, October 31st, 2012

Recently, my fiancé started a new job that requires him to travel to visit customers on a regular basis. As many of you know, there are additional tasks and bookkeeping that comes along with traveling for work. It has now become essential for him to keep a record of every expense and save all receipts from his work trips.

While this may not seem like the most difficult task, keeping all receipts and expense documentation organized while traveling can definitely be a challenge. When it comes time to create an expense report, it makes life a lot easier when all the necessary paperwork is ready to go, instead of having to search through briefcases and jacket pockets for that dinner receipt.


Like Many Organizations, C-Line Promotes Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Wednesday, October 24th, 2012

In case you don’t already know, October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month.

The color pink has become an integrated part of bringing awareness and supporting the fight against Breast Cancer. Many organizations, from professional football teams to airlines, seem prepared to show their support by sporting the color pink in some fashion.


C-Line Takes Home Two Awards at BSA’s Annual Forum

Wednesday, October 17th, 2012

Last year, C-Line received the “General Business” product award for the plaid fashion line of expanding files. The Business Solutions Association’s Annual Forum, which was held earlier this month, proved to be another success year for C-Line.

The Innovation awards are presented annually to honor those that have made significant contributions to the office product industry. The awards are split up into various categories. This year, C-Line has had the opportunity to accept both the “General Business” and the “Green Innovations” awards.

C-Line couldn’t be happier to receive not one, but two awards!


Binder Pocket Stores Scrapbook Supplies in One Place

Wednesday, October 10th, 2012

Giving gifts can sometimes be a stressful process, especially if that particular person is hard to shop for. Recently, a family member celebrated a birthday, and in order to avoid contemplating what to buy, I decided to make a scrapbook. Even though it is more time consuming then purchasing something at a store, I figured it added a personal touch that anyone could appreciate.

Gathering digital and printed photos was the first thing I did. This allowed me to decide how I was going to layout the images throughout the book. It also enabled me to account for the space that would be needed.