Posts Tagged ‘c-line’

New Product: Dual Pocket Stitched Expanding Shop Ticket File Jacket

Wednesday, January 29th, 2020

You needed space; we gave you space. You needed pockets; we gave you pockets. You needed eyelets; we gave you eyelets.

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New Product: Homework Connector™ Folder

Wednesday, January 22nd, 2020

You asked for it. You got it. Because it’s excellent at transporting homework to and from school, the Classroom Connector™ Folder (which holds up to 50 sheets of paper and has a “LEFT at Home” pocket and “Bring RIGHT Back to School” pocket) was a big deal when it arrived on the scene. While homework documents can easily fit into two-pocket folders, students needed more space to carry workbooks and homework back and forth from school. That’s why C-Line created Homework Connector™ Folders. They are an even bigger deal!

C-Line Products CLI32000 Classroom Connector Folders

Classroom Connector™ Folder
C-Line Products CLI33001 Homework Connector Folders

Homework Connector™ Folder

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New Product: Super Heavyweight Plus Shop Ticket Holder with Zipper Seal

Wednesday, January 15th, 2020

Have you been waiting since 1982 when Michael Jackson’s Beat It jacket was popular to again start wearing all your over-zippered clothing? Who hasn’t?

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Turn Chaos, into Organization, with Self-Adhesive Labeling Pockets

Wednesday, January 8th, 2020

Do you have a few storage tubs or bins (defined as, more than one, less than what might fill a football field) in your basement that contain everything from old clothes that were stylish circa 1980 but might come back some day to Halloween knickknacks? Do you have boxes and boxes of Christmas decorations that include everything from table runners to ornaments to received Christmas cards you may use for a craft project someday?

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Hope Your New Year is Filled with Fun!

Tuesday, December 31st, 2019

Happy Holidays!

Monday, December 23rd, 2019

6 Questions and Answers About C-Line Products

Wednesday, December 18th, 2019

Q: Looking for durable folders for middle schoolers to bring papers back and forth daily. Will they last the year? How many pages does it hold?
Product: Two-Pocket Heavyweight Poly Portfolio Folder (33950)

Poly Folder, CLI33950
Classroom Connector™, CLI32000



A: Product life depends on many factors including use, handling, etc. Item 33950 holds 100 sheets of paper and is made from heavyweight polypropylene to resist tearing. As an alternative, you might want to consider C-Line Classroom Connector™, School-to-Home Folders, 32000, which hold 50 sheets of paper and are imprinted with “Home” and “School” designations. These are also made of polypropylene and are designed to keep parents and caregivers informed with daily updates on lessons, projects, behavior and more.


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The Number One Reason Why Self-Adhesive Business Card Holders are Cool

Wednesday, December 11th, 2019


You all have been to networking events. Or if not that, then to formal conferences where people introduce themselves. Often these places use a self-stick name tag. There is nothing wrong with self-adhesive name tags. One of C-Line’s original products is the Hello My Name Is self-adhesive badge, created back in 1959, which just celebrated its 60th anniversary and is still widely used. However, you know from using these badges that they typically don’t have much information on them. Usually the person’s name and sometimes their company.

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Stick-to-itiveness: One Great Solution for a Meeting Room Dilemma

Wednesday, November 27th, 2019

C-Line has so many great items that sometimes I feel like the poster boy for their products. Many C-Line products are usable in your daily lives, too. Just think outside the box, and viola you will find all your solutions!

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3 Step Overview on How to Create a Personal Portfolio

Wednesday, November 20th, 2019


If you’re like me you’ve attended networking events where presenters train participants on a multitude of different topics. At a recent event, the presenter, Frank Moriarty, suggested everyone in attendance create a personal portfolio. He recommended we all create a portfolio that included work experience and other background information, plus lots of images to visually highlight those experiences. All of this would be kept in a binder to be used at an interview.

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