In case you haven't heard, we've set a vision of creating and maintaining 5000 American jobs to support 5000 American families! In order to move forward, however, we're going to need the help of some very influential people and we're hoping you can help!
Trayvax needs this message to reach some key people: Jeff Bezos of Amazon.com, Rose Marcario of Patagonia, Jill Layfield former CEO of Backcountry.com, Inge Thulin of 3M, and Colin Brown of JM Family Enterprises. If you are one of those people we would like to ask you for a 30-minute meeting regarding your take on what it truly takes to set an appropriate foundation for building a culture of such magnitude.
We also need this message to reach the President of the United States of America. We know that you're the biggest advocate of American jobs and manufacturing and that you’re very familiar with creating and maintaining a culture of 5000 American workers. We would like to hear your perspective on how we can most optimally set ourselves up to be of best service to this nation. It’s what we’re here for.
Thank you for everyone's support in helping us bring this vision to life!
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What do I do with the stuff in my old bulky wallet?
“Woah, this feels great in my hand.”
Loading up a brand new, high quality Trayvax wallet for the first time comes with some moments of relief as well as unknown beginnings. The first step to converting to a minimalist wallet is locking in your everyday carry.
At first, you may feel slightly vulnerable. If you have been carrying around a bulky wallet for the past ten years, you might feel like “something is missing”. The panic thought of “where is my wallet!?”
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