I hope everyone has a wonderful and safe 4th of July celebration!
And now for my newest announcement. I have recently become a part of a wonderful company that I'm so proud to represent. FlyBagz! FlyBagz is a company run by a military spouse. They take old military uniforms and turn them into all sorts of bags: handbags, diaper bags, totes, backpacks for adults and kids, messenger bags, guitar straps and more products coming out soon! How creative is that? You choose your uniform and you completely customize your bag. You can choose from her inventory of fabrics (or send in your own if you choose to). She literally can do anything you request. I love that this not only can give you a handbag literally designed by you, but can also help you show your support for our military and follow the very popular military trend. You can choose to send in your own military uniform (I sent in one of my husband's old flight suits) or you can choose from her inventory that she already has. That's right, you don't have to be military to get one of these awesome bags. Many military members are donating uniforms to be used for bags for people who don't have access to any uniforms. P.S. If you donate a uniform for someone else, you get 15% off of any purchase. Awesome, right?
So what's my role in the company? I'm a representative for them. I help them get the word out about the products and newest launches. I can help customers with the ordering process. I help walk you through it and can give suggestions and answer questions about the products. I'm still in the process of receiving all of my representative information, but I can start helping you NOW! I'm basically a liaison between the customer and the company. I'll be with you from beginning to end, checking up on your order and making sure you're happy with it. If you haven't been to the FlyBagz website yet, please go check it out! If you have questions or want to order something, please let me know and I can help you get the process started. I'm so excited to start this venture and I hope you'll come along for the ride!