Whether Going Back to School or Enjoying Summer Travel, Consumers Rely on Mobile Edge Backpacks to Protect Their TechCustomers give Mobile Edge backpacks a thumbs up for being “phenomenal to use” and for their “superb workmanship and quality.” Tech-Gaming touts the Core Gaming Backpack’s “durability and capability for carrying a small office worth of stuff.” One customer wrote that once he bought a Core Gaming Backpack, “that was pretty much it. Others all fell short.” Another said of the SmartPack Backpack, “I haven’t found a better organized, right-sized, or more durable bag.” A Vagabondish.com user gave the Professional Backpack a 4-star rating and praised its “insane amount of storage.”
High Quality, Broad Appeal Premium Items Help Stretch Advertiser Dollars Bags and totes have always been highly desirable promotional products—ranking at or near the top of most consumer lists—plus they’re effective. With some 5,700 impressions expected throughout their lifetimes, the Advertising Specialty Institute (ASI) estimates that branded bags are seen by more eyeballs than any other promotional item. With premium dollars tight as consumers and companies face continued uncertainty around the pandemic, lockdowns, and vaccines, Mobile Edge’s Urban Laptop Tote, Charcoal Metro Duffel, and the lineup of Express Backpacks 2.0 are just what advertisers need to stretch their advertising dollars.
Summer Travel, Or Gaming with Friends, Mobile Edge Protects Your Tech
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Students Heading Back to School Need to Protect Their Gaming Gear Too Mobile Edge Leads the Way with Console-Ready Gaming Backpacks, Mobile Power & More! Soon students will be heading back to school. Most will be carrying more gear than ever, ranging from laptops, tablets, smartphones, and mobile power packs to various cords, accessories and other techy tools designed to optimize their educational experience. While parents and students are rightly focused on academics, students can’t be all school and no play. After a year of remote learning, going back to school this year will no doubt accentuate the social aspect of being with classmates and friends again, which inevitably will lead to gaming. “Whether it’s a gaming laptop, a full-sized console, or a handheld one, students of all ages heading back to school need to organize their tech and protect it from unexpected drops and bumps,” explains Paul June, VP of Marketing