What's a new year without a few resolutions? Here at STRUCTUREbags, we're not talking weight loss or quitting a nasty habit. Instead, we are talking about dazzling improvements, exciting events and customer-focused growth.

Here are the STRUCTUREbag's resolutions for 2015:

  1. New Products: Keeping it fresh for you via our new collections and our Bag of the Month. If you are a newsletter subscriber, you already know we've got our next line on the boards.
  2. Better events: Whether it's a local craft fair, major artisan event or an online special, we are thinking up ways to make your shopping experience work for you. Near. Far. New. Loyal. We'll have something just for you.
  3. More stores: We are making store expansion a focus in 2015. How does this benefit you? By bringing our products to more people, we'll have resources to bring you even more products. More products is more choice - always at the best quality.
  4. RWB promotion: We've already started the year with a win... We are not only participating in the San Luis Obispo Half Marathon, but bring an RWB team together for the event! Interested in doing a half, full or 5k? Check our our event page to learn how to join our team - and the fun - all while getting a discount and meeting other Team RWB members and potential members.
  5. Giving back: Whether via our Camo with a Cause, our "Season of Thanks" or our special events, we will bring even more exciting ways to say 'thanks' to our military families.

This year will be great, and I am so glad you are here with us. Comment and let us know what you're looking forward to this great new year.

Written by Brenda Guyader — January 06, 2015

This Veteran's Day we share our most popular posts about our military and their families.

How to be an Angel to the spouse of a deployed service member - whether you know one, or not.

Army vs Stanford

After 10 consecutive years as a college football coach's wife - including five with West Point - Saturday's Army game at Stanford was more than just a fun outing. It was an unexpected emotional journey that reminded me what makes USMA so special.

Written by Brenda Guyader — September 15, 2014