Amy Barnum grew up in a family of entrepreneurs – her father's family owned the popular, now-defunct Bendfelt Fine Ice Cream company – and she was inspired by the spirit of invention at a young age.
Barnum, who lives in Whitefish Bay with her husband and five children, worked for 20 years as a brand and market strategy consultant to businesses like M&M/Mars, Vosges Haute Chocolate, Sea World, Gap, Old Navy and Umi Shoes.
About five years ago, while in an airport, Barnum says she had an "ah ha" moment that eventually made her a product inventor and a small business owner.See the Original Article at http://www.onmilwaukee.com/market/articles/quivvers.html
The Quivver ‘Pack’ — Made to hold modern-day tools, The Quivver carries your money and phone (and a few other necessities) in a pocket that slings across your body. $50 and up.
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“Just like the hunter/gatherers used quivers to keep their arrows accessible and protected while on the go, our Quivvers keep essentials like money, mobiles and keys accessible, portable and protected no matter the adventure.”
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A hot new item in Hollywood...they are called "Quivvers." It's sort of a modern day version of the fannie pack, you could call it a cross-body carrier! Shop hands free, and it's fasionable and functional!
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Quivvers is really unique hip way to carry around your phone, ID and cash when traveling without looking like a geek with a fanny pack. It's so comfortable that I totally forgot I was wearing and panicked when I couldn't remember where I had put my cell phone. You can see me sporting my reversible Quivver in the picture above. (I accidentally had it on backwards and didn't notice before I took this picture LOL)