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Harveys Seat Belt Bag Pencil Case, Camo,

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Harveys Seat Belt Bag Pencil Case, Camo,

Product description

Meet the HARVEYS, husband and wife Dana and Melanie Harvey. In March 1997, while installing seatbelts into their 1950 Buick, they had the idea of making Melanie a matching handbag. Everyone loved hers so much that they decided to make more. They started making them in their one car garage in California but quickly outgrew it. They've since expanded to a 12,000 ft2 design studio in Santa Ana, California where every SEATBELTBAG is lovingly built to exact specifications. The Harveys are committed to producing a bag of superior quality using the finest and most durable materials available. Never satisfied with the status quo, they are constantly adding new colors and styles.

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