StoreSMART Innovative Magnetic Holder for Parking Placards Offers Simple and Convenient Solution for Handicapped Drivers
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ROCHESTER, N.Y., Feb. 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- No more jerry-rigged handicapped placards stuck on rear view mirrors with shoelaces or rubber bands! No more struggling to attach placards to mirrors that are too thick! An ingenious new snap-on product from StoreSMART.com makes it simple to install or remove handicapped placards from rearview mirrors-and move them from one car to another-even for people with limited dexterity. (Perfect for parking lot permits, university parking, apartment complex, and gated community placards too!)
The kit includes one Clear Plastic Placard Holder, each bearing a super-strong neodymium magnet, and two Mounting Strips that stick to the back of your rear view mirror (use one for each vehicle).
Elegantly simple, the system is as easy to set up as. . . 1-2-3!
1) Insert your handicapped parking placard into the Clear Plastic Pocket.
2) Adhere a Magnetic Mounting Strip to the back of your rear view mirror.
3) Hold the Pocket up to the Mounting Strip and watch it magically snap on!
The StoreSMART Magnetic Mirror Placard Kit's super-strong neodymium magnet lets you attach and remove the Placard Pocket with ease. Two Mounting Strips are included making it easy to use with two cars. Before driving, just pull the placard and it pops off like a charm. No more muss or fuss, twisting, or turning.
Find the Magnetic Holders for Parking Placards at StoreSMART.com/parking. Item# MMP2 – Set of 2 for $9.99. To obtain free samples for review by your publication, contact Stan@Storesmart.com or call 800-424-1011 x 9208. See StoreSMART.com/Press for high-resolution publication images.
StoreSMART.com has been bringing quality products and services for storage, organization, display, filing, and distribution since 1971. The StoreSMART catalog is brimming with new products for every application to help you stay and get organized.
Contact: Stan Feingold • 800-424-1011 or 585-278-9208 StoreSMART • 180 Metro Park, Rochester, NY 14623 • Stan@StoreSMART.com
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