Sustainable Organizers from RuMe

by Jenna Payesko

Jan 3, 2017

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Products / Travel

RuMe provides premium, everyday accessories to help keep your life organized. Colorado-based RuMe is short for ReUseMe, launched on Earth Day.

 

The brand designs products for environmentally conscious consumers who don’t want to sacrifice style for sustainability. The product line evolved into a lifestyle collection from tote bags to travel bags, on-the-go organization tools, grocery guides and home and entertaining products.

 

The functional innovation and self expression is evident through the various patterns, colors and customization. Each product demonstrates the quality and affordability originally intended for the line of reusable bags. The brand’s products can be found at various leading retailers throughout the country like Amazon, Target, The Container Store, Whole Foods and Shutterfly. Brands like Facebook, eBay and Google showcase RuMe products on their sites.

 

RuMe also has a junior section to help get your little one organized, from personalized lunchboxes, pencil cases, baby organizer bags, activity play mats and tote bags.

 

The brand also created bundled products that include an assortment of items, depending on your need. The frequent-flyer bundle helps you fly through the airport like a pro. The bundle includes the Sat Pack, which reduces clothing to half its expanded size; the cFold, the perfect tote bag since it is roomy and zips down to one-tenth of its expanded size; and the Baggie All, the handiest handbag organizer that can hold headphones, pens, makeup, toiletries or anything small but necessary to carry. The triplet bag will have you on your way to an organized, carefree voyage.

 

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