Archive for February, 2013

Bake Sale Goods Identified with Hello Badges

Wednesday, February 27th, 2013

The iconic “Hello my name is” name badge is a staple C-Line item that has been around for many years. Ideal for meetings or conferences, the badges are a professional way to help identify event attendees. Since they are write-on, the badge can be made instantly without any prep work.

I have previously written about different uses I have found for the badges. When using the product as more than a name badge, it takes on somewhat of a fun role. Recently, I helped a friend organize a bake sale for Valentine’s Day in an effort to raise some money and the “Hello” badges become a key part of the sale’s success.


Boating Show Employs Neon Holders to Display Signs

Wednesday, February 20th, 2013

At C-Line, many employees use our products to keep documents organized in the office and protected in the factory. Many people even use some items for personal use in order to sort through things like tax documents or even provide study aids to their kids.

While it is expected to see our items at work, it can sometimes be exciting to see them in-use outside the office. Recently, a C-Line co-worker had the opportunity to see one of our top items while attending a locally held boating show.


To-Do Dry Erase List Saves on Paper Waste

Wednesday, February 13th, 2013

I’m a list maker, no doubt about it. I organize my goals for the week by listing what tasks need to be completed, and as new jobs come my way, they go right on the list. Even though I know what I have on my plate at any given time, keeping a list is a visual reminder and safe guard so nothing is forgotten.

As each week passed, I found myself going through a lot of paper as I updated my To-Do list and tracked the progress. I thought of other ways I could list my weekly goals without wasting so many sheets of paper.


Realtor Reorganizes with Clipboard Folder and Zippered Expanding File Combo

Thursday, February 7th, 2013

Relationships are essential when it comes to being successful in the world of real estate. My friend, a local realtor, has been in the business for many years and understands the importance of communication.

His biggest challenge is keeping all of his clients straight, while trying to remember every detail about what they are looking for in their next home. To help him, he travels with an exceptionally large binder that he lugs around to every appointment. The binder has everything from new client forms to current customer information, so he is prepared even if he is not in the office.