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The Viral Video Vixen

July 12, 2013

Like our last post said, Taaluma Totes has seen some pretty awesome changes recently.

Last week's morning routine:

 

(the mug said it all...)

This week's morning routine:

 

(eat/sleep/breathe totes)

We couldn't be more excited about quitting our day jobs to get these backpacks out ASAP. Big thanks to all of you that have helped spread the word--you guys are awesome.

We're even more stoked to say that we've got a new pal in the Taaluma Totes crew.  We're working with Virginia Tech's Viral-Video-Vixen, Juli Keller.  She knows how to get crazy with color and freaky with film.  Check out some of her work below.

Juli Keller - Reel No.1 from Juli Keller on Vimeo.

We'll be hitting you guys with a video in the coming months.  If you've got ideas for what you'd like to see, let us know.  Or if you're feeling REALLY frisky and want to be in the video, hit us up and join the party!

As the Aussie's say, hooroo cobbers...

 




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