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March 15, 2009


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Hi Wendy,

It was great hearing about your process from invention to distribution. I appreciate that you researched others’ processes, then honored your own journey. Isn’t it nice to create something that you, and so many others, find useful?! Well done!

Lady Samurai

The Card Cubby is a great product. I have one. And this week, while I was at a conference, I used it to carry my Nano, ear buds, and recording device. Perfect size and looks good, too!

Karen Eschebach

Way to go Wendy! You know we love you and hearing about your journey in more detail has been even more inspirational!


Hi Wendy, I loved hearing about the progression from that prototype you carried around with you (I have visions of duct tape and safety pins! haha), to the samples, manufacturing, and final product... what a process! I think it's great how much you emphasize research, I imagine it's one of the most important aspects that entrepreneurs neglect in their excitement to get product out... Thanks for sharing your story!

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