Sunday, December 2, 2012

Maggie Bags Campus Tote (with Giveaway!)

Maggie Bags is a company that had an interesting start!  The creators of Maggie Bags had the desire and commitment to create products that would be fashionable, functional, and good for the environment.  Having found a unique way to meet all of the above requirements, Maggie Bags is now well known for their solid, high quality totes that are made out of genuine, brand new seat belt webbing (so you know this material is going to hold up and be tough stuff!) that has been set aside by car manufacturers.  That means millions of yards of seat belt webbing that would have ended up in landfills, is instead being repurposed to make a beautiful tote, bag, wallet, or other similar type of product for you!

Maggie Bags offers :

Bucket Totes,


Butterfly Bags, and


Travel Cosmetic Bags, to name a few of their items.


They also have these great Campus Totes:

One lucky winner is going to take home this fantastic purple  Campus Tote!

The Campus Tote is a roomy 14x7x11x7 and has a beautiful satin liner.  It also has a pocket for your keys, and one for your cell phone (no more digging around the bottom of your bag to find either!).  It also has sturdy feet on the bottom, so you can keep the bottom protected and looking brand new.  

There is still time to order and get a Maggie Bag in time for Christmas.  The shipping guidelines per their website are listed below:

Order by:
December 13 for Standard Shipping
December 18 for 3-day Shipping
December 19 for 2-day Shipping
December 20 for Overnight Shipping

Mail4Rosey readers can also get a 15% discount off of Maggie Bags Premier Line by using the code Mail4Rosey12 (code is case-sensitive).  Code is good until January 11, 2013.

Take a look at the website to learn more about these great items.  You can also follow Maggie Bags on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Polyvore, and YouTube. The blog on the Maggie Bags website also offers information, tidbits, discounts, and other items that may be of interest to you.

Many thanks to the generosity of Maggie Bags, one lucky Mail4Rosey winner is going to get a Maggie Bags Campus Tote in purple to call their very own.  Please enter on the Rafflecopter form below.  The winning name will be selected by Rafflecopter and notified by e-mail.  Potential winner will then have 24 hours to respond.  Giveaway is for US only.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Disclaimer:  I received a Maggie Bag to facilitate the review.  No other form of compensation took place.  All opinions stated are my own.





73 comments:

  1. Love the Butterfly Bag!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  2. I love the looks of the bucket totes! Also love the fact that they are made of seatbelts.. Cool!

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  3. I love the idea:) Great way to recycle!!

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  4. Love the Bucket Tote. Looks like I could put everything including the kitchen sink in there. Perfect for me.

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  5. I'm thrilled that they are repurposed seat belts!! Go Green!

    Sharon
    lunrei@yahoo.com

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  6. Entered Christopher Chronicles,Missy Schutz

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  7. The Maggie Bags team is continually looking for creative ways to do our part for the environment

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  8. If you like seatbelt bags you should check out seatbeltbags.com It's a company called Harvey's. :)

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  9. Maggie Bags was launched in 2009.
    marcia.goss@gmail.com

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  10. They are made of super durable recycled seatbelts!!!

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  11. I love the Campus tote.
    Thanks so much.
    rickpeggysmith(at)aol(dot)com

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  12. I like how they reuse the seat belts.

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  13. I really liked all of their bags. I learned that they launched in the spring of 2009 with a handful of retailers and a little online store.

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  14. I learned that they use automotive seat belt webbing. I think that is really cool.

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  15. I like the Butterfly Bag in black.
    Jennifer Rote
    wildnmild4u at yahoo dot com

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  16. I like: LeConte Messenger in dark red!

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  17. Flip Flops and Upside Down Christmas Trees - Alissa Apel

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  19. JJ Caraway said.....

    I Like the LeConte Messenger in Brown

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    Entered contest JJ Caraway

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  21. I'm loving the new styles, like the bucket tote.

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  22. I like the LeConte Messenger bag.

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  23. I like the Butterfly Bag! I recently bought the Tote of Many Colors, and would love the Campus Tote (:

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  24. Those are astounding. I can't believe that some of them are actually made out of seat belt material. I think it's great they are keeping wasted materials out of landfills.

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  25. I love how the colors pop on these bags. Beautiful!

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  26. Very clever. I like the butterfly style:)

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  27. I love the shape of the butterfly tote & just the amazing colors

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  28. I love the purple bucket tote (and the multi-colored bags too!)

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  29. I'm the proud owner of two Maggie bags, and a huge fan. They are fashionable, indestructible, affordable and a frequent conversation starter. I've recommended them to dozens of friends!

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  30. I really like the tote of many colors in the fall color scheme. It's so cute.
    Stephanie
    steph0828 at hotmail.com

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  31. I am holding till next year but can not wait to get my first maggie bag. I am hoping to get enough money for christmas to purchase one.

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  32. I love the butterfly bags!!

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  33. I would LOVE the campus bag. I'm a teacher and I think it would make a great "school bag!"

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  34. I love my Maggie Bags! I would love to add the campus tote to my collection. The purple looks gorgeous and would be great because I'm getting ready to go back to school for my Masters degree in education and the school colors happen to be purple and white.

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  35. My favorite is the Bucket Tote in Dark Red.

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  36. Would love to try one of these bags!

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  37. Learned that they're made of re-purposed seat belts... what an awesome, creative way to recycle! Would love to have one.

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  38. I love Maggie Bags! Most of all, I <3 that they are a green company! =)

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  39. I love all of these bags - they are too cool, the blue color is ab fab

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  40. I love The Butterfly Bag.
    lisa.blogs2 at gmail dot com

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  41. Love the bucket tote in blue!

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  42. Love the bucket tote in blue! Sacha Schroeder sschroeder@windstream.net

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  43. They keep fabric out of landfills

    April C.
    acrisafu@nycap.rr.com

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  44. I like the very colorful one.

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  45. I love that these bags came from the junk yard and may be a small part of an old car, but its a step in the right direction

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  46. I like that they have kept 'garbage' out of the landfills. How awesome.

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  47. I like the Large Wallet

    Thanks for the giveaway >^..^<

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  49. i love the bucket tote.

    dani marie ferriza2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  50. Stephanie Thompson tstephanie67@yahoo.com

    Love the Butterfly bag.

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  51. I also like the Cicily Tote.
    ericacarnes(at)gmail(dot)com

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  52. love they are recycled
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

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  53. I like Cicily Tote in Lime. Thanks!!

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  55. I also love the LeConte Messenger bags. Very cool!
    Thank you

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  56. I love the Bucket Tote in two tone tan

    vikki.billings@yahoo.com

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  57. I love the butterfly bag!
    jofo120 at yahoo dot com

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  58. I like the LeConte Messenger in dark red.

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  59. I think this was a very innovative recycling idea!

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