Mobile Edge Protective Cases Offer Superior Organization and Optimal Mobility. Protect Valuable Student Gear with Mobile Edge.With many schools in the United States adopting some form of remote learning this year, students are using laptops and other valuable tech more than ever. As a result, millions of additional delicate electronic devices need protection. Mobile Edge offers the industry’s leading assortment of stylish, functional protective cases and backpacks for students. Each offers superior organization, excellent protection, and optimal mobility.“Each year, losses from damage to student laptops and other devices range in the hundreds of millions of dollars, and that’s not factoring in downtime or the loss of valuable data,” explains Paul June, VP of Marketing for Mobile Edge. “In most cases, it’s the responsibility of parents to insure or replace those devices, but with a protective case from Mobile Edge, parents can give themselves and their children greater peace of
Just as many professionals begin to return to the office while others carry-on working remotely from home, Mobile Edge is expanding its lineup of personal productivity items and offering significant summer discounts on products purchased through its online store.Now through August 31, 2020, Mobile Edge’s Welcome to Savings program offers 25% off when customers use a special discount code at checkout. There are no strings attached – just one simple code: WELCOME25. Customers also get free shipping on orders of $75 or more, plus Mobile Edge’s customary lifetime warranty and customer satisfaction guarantee. Some exclusions apply.“Whether people are getting back to their more familiar routines at the office or creating new norms of working from home, this is Mobile Edge’s way of welcoming them to experience new products and enjoy significant savings,” says Paul June, VP of Marketing for Mobile Edge. “With back-to-school shopping closer than
In the relentless pursuit to give our customers the tools they need to travel smart, comfortably, while looking good, here are some new travel tips I found posted in the Long Island Daily Newspaper Newsday.The Associated Press You've got to stop by the bank, pick up your dry cleaning and put gas in your car. That's a lot to do and still make it to the airport two hours before your 11 a.m. flight.But what if you could cut that time in half and not miss your flight? Here's a cheat sheet to help you navigate more quickly.1. Take public transportation No car means you don't have to spend time looking for a space and trekking over to the terminal. It usually costs less to take public transportation than to park.2.