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Scarf Caddy offers women new storage solution

23
Apr '08
What do you give the woman in your life who has everything? If she has a collection of expensive silk scarves and sash belts and ties, the answer is the Scarf Caddy from Tie
Caddy LLC.

The Scarf Caddy features a patented winding mechanism that quickly yet gently rolls a single scarf or sash into its protective, transparent case for storage and travel purposes.

The see-through case also makes it easy to view scarves at a glance while guarding against dust and wrinkles that can damage expensive scarves and sashes.

Similar to the Tie Caddy the company offers for men's neckties, the Scarf Caddy is a new storage solution for women's scarves and sashes that makes it a great gift for women any time of year.

The Scarf Caddy retails for $7.95 and is available at select retailers across the country, including the Container Store, independent storage stores and luggage and gift stores. It can also be purchased.

"For many women, their scarves and sashes are just as valuable and important to them as neckties are to men," says Steven Riggs, marketing director.

"And like men and their ties, women usually store their scarves and sashes by hanging them in a closet, collecting dust, or tossing them in a dresser drawer, which creates wrinkles."

The Scarf Caddy measures just 6" high x 2-1/4" diameter so it can hold a variety of styles and sizes of scarves or sashes.

Its small size allows women to store and organizetheir scarves at home in a dresser drawer or on a shelf. "This eliminates the frustration of searching for a scarf or sash hanging in a closet or piled in a drawer," adds Riggs.

As a travel accessory, the Scarf Caddy easily fits in a briefcase or carry-on suitcase. This protects a scarf from damage and wrinkles so that it looks fresh, new and ready to wear once it's removed from its case.

Tie Caddy LLC


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