Bringing Sexy Back to the Promotional Bag Industry

These days, boy-crazy preteens are sticking posters of Justin Bieber and Robert Pattinson up on their walls. Back when I was that age, I was absolutely crazy over NSYNC. Seriously – crazy to the point that I convinced all of my teachers to allow me to sign my name as Ashley Chasez (the last name of my fave member JC) on all of my papers. Luckily, I have taken back my proper last name in the years since, but I still get excited when I see my favorite boy band continuing to make it out there in the world. (Yes – I started watching America’s Best Dance Crew solely because JC is a judge). And what do you know— one of my teenybopper idols is breaking into the promotional products scene! That’s right – Justin Timberlake, perhaps you have heard of him, has become an investor as well as a designer for a line of bags (Ful, which sounds like Fuel) that are available in retail as well as within the promotional bag industry.  There is even a namesake backpack called the JT. These bags are designed to be less stressful for users with tons of comfortable padding, and of course are stacked with spots to stash anything music related – CD’s, MP3 players, Cell Phones, and Laptops. If you are looking for a high function and uniquely designed backpack – or if you just want to support my boy Justin Timberlake – I would check out this line of bags.

One of the bags Justin Timberlake designed for the promotional products industry

Ashley Brown
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