Some days you just need a feel good story. Today is one of those days! Enviro-Tote has recently had the pleasure of working alongside a mother-daughter duo who, while forging a career path for Resa (daughter) around her amazing artistic abilities and tote bag designs, have also had the pleasure of taking those tote bags for travel to places both near and far!
Get to Know Sue & Resa
Supakanya (Sue) Smith started a company for her daughter, Resa Smith, who has incredible artistic abilities. Resa is disabled, and as a mother Sue worried about what her daughter would do for a career. Which led her to the idea of starting a company for Resa. The plan is to utilize Resa’s drawings of some of each State’s most well-known landmarks, and incorporate this artwork onto merchandise. They have started with totes, but overtime this will expand.
Crystal from Enviro-Tote’s Sales Team had the pleasure of working with Sue to prepare the first tote bag design. It is a Tennessee themed bag featuring Resa’s drawings and some notable state attractions including The Great Smoky Mountains, Music City, and Beale Street.
The Story of the Traveling Tote Bags
Recently Sue and Resa headed out on a vacation, taking their tote bags along with them. These traveling totes made their way through four airports, two amusement parks, Alcatraz Island, the beach, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. Here are just a few of the photos that Sue and Resa captured during their journey.
End result? Sue was beyond thrilled with how well their tote bag held up throughout their travels.
“We sold out of the whole order in 8 weeks! Thank you for providing such good service and quality products.”
Enviro-Tote is beyond honored to have had the opportunity to work with Sue and Resa. We are looking forward to seeing the many designs they will put together in the near future and are excited to be a part of such a fun process!
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Comment *I love the blog. Thank you very much. I’ll share it with other friends and Resa’s people.