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June 28, 2012 | JazzMando Tote Bag

Some US west coast cities have started banning plastic grocery bags. We won't argue whether that's extreme or not, but it is arguably good planetary citizenship toting your wares in a reusable bag. Less you have to throw away and frankly, a good linen bag is more sturdy for the carry.

We'll take this time for the shameless plug of our JazzMando tote. Carry your wares (gear, too!) in style with the distinctive graphic from the internationally popular JazzMando JM11 strings. A pretty mandolin, too!

These can be purchased along with some other goodies at the JazzMando Cafe Press store. Help support the site!

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$19.99

Product Information:
Bottom gusset and extra long handles for easy carrying.
10 oz heavyweight natural canvas fabric
Full side and bottom gusset
22" reinforced self-fabric handles
Machine washable
Measures 15" x 18" x 6"

Other JazzMando Cafe Press swag

Posted by Ted at June 28, 2012 6:20 AM


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