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SnapTotes Announces Donation to Duke Heart Center

02-01-2011 10:58 AM CET | Business, Economy, Finances, Banking & Insurance

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Durham, N.C. (January 30, 2011) – SnapTotes, Inc. is pleased to announce a February promotion to aid the Duke Heart Center. Proceeds on bags ordered by the end of February will be donated to aid programs at Duke Heart Center’s Community Outreach and Education program.

Patients come from all over the world to receive care at Duke Heart Center, which is consistently ranked among the top 10 heart centers in the country by US News & World Report. Both SnapTotes and Duke Heart Center are located in Durham, N.C.

"These donations will help save hearts and save lives, now and in the future," stated Peter K. Smith, MD, Professor & Chief, Thoracic Surgery at Duke University. The Duke Heart Center Community Outreach and Education Program offers screenings, cooking classes, discussions and health-education events to heart patients and community members in the region.

The entire SnapTotes collection of photo handbags, accessories, and home decor is available on The SnapTotes product line includes two dozen distinct styles of custom photo handbags and accessories. Photos, either prints or digital, are displayed with the highest clarity to create a one-of-a-kind boutique-style bag. The possibilities are as limitless as the designer's creativity.

About SnapTotes, Inc.:
SnapTotes ( is a leading provider of customized photo handbags and accessories in the United States. SnapTotes possesses a unique combination of production capability and technological skill that enables it to provide a completely customized high-end boutique product in short delivery times, all at a competitive retail price. SnapTotes is a division of US Handbags, a maker of fine custom handbags for over 80 years. SnapTotes is headquartered in Durham, North Carolina.

SnapTotes, Inc.
732 Washington St
Durham, NC 27701
(866)707-3186 ext. 104
Susan James

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