Little Bit Funky Luggage Tag from the Caribbean Whimsy Collection by Three Cords from Haiti

$12.00
  • Little Bit Funky Luggage Tag from the Caribbean Whimsy Collection by Three Cords from Haiti

Little Bit Funky Luggage Tag from the Caribbean Whimsy Collection by Three Cords from Haiti

$12.00

Taking Three Cords signature product, the pocket tee as our inspiration, we created a few items that are just a little bit funky!

Created from a fun, color coordinated palate of fabric, each luggage tag starts with that unique pocket shape, but...when you lift the top flap you'll find a place to add all of your travel info to keep you bag safe and easily identifiable at the luggage-go-round where all the black suitcases go to get mixed up. But the great thing about this tag is that you can return the pocket flap over your information, keeping it private and secure.

Dimensions: 4" width x 5" height from top to point

Three Cords is a social enterprise that that started in 2010 to train, employ, and empower Haitian amputee women. They have also expanded to employ deaf men and women as well. Three Cords is working to change the cultural stigma against the physically handicapped in Haiti by showing their employees that they are both valued and loved.

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Taking Three Cords signature product, the pocket tee as our inspiration, we created a few items that are just a little bit funky!

Created from a fun, color coordinated palate of fabric, each luggage tag starts with that unique pocket shape, but...when you lift the top flap you'll find a place to add all of your travel info to keep you bag safe and easily identifiable at the luggage-go-round where all the black suitcases go to get mixed up. But the great thing about this tag is that you can return the pocket flap over your information, keeping it private and secure.

Dimensions: 4" width x 5" height from top to point

Three Cords is a social enterprise that that started in 2010 to train, employ, and empower Haitian amputee women. They have also expanded to employ deaf men and women as well. Three Cords is working to change the cultural stigma against the physically handicapped in Haiti by showing their employees that they are both valued and loved.