Austin, TX – This holiday season why not give a gift your friends and family will use for years to come? SPIbelt offers a diverse line of products to keep personal belongings, including cell phone, identification, iPod and cash, close and conveniently contained while promising to please even those hard-to-shop-for people this holiday season. The complete SPIbelt product line provides organization with a bit of fashion for anyone who likes to be hands-free, including outdoor and sport enthusiasts, globe-trotters and children.
According to comScore Inc., the U.S. spent roughly $16 billion doing its 2009 holiday shopping online, which is a 3 percent increase from the 2008 season. The comScore Inc. survey showed more and more people are looking to alternative ways to do the bulk of their holiday shopping. SPIBelt offers a wide range of products designed to fit each person on your list and is available both online and in select retailers thus providing a convenient solution to this year’s holiday shopping.
During the 2010 holiday season, shoppers are going to be looking for the perfect gift that is not only easy to buy and affordable, but special enough to bring a lasting joy to anyone. Each SPIbelt product combines convenience with style for a functional accessory that can be used for almost every activity. With so many items to choose from that fit any budget, no one will be left out. From the Original SPIbelt ($19.95), SPIband for men ($19.95), Kid’s SPIbelts ($14.95) and the newly introduced Solo-Pocket ($11.95), which attaches to your own belt, everyone will know this gift was thoughtfully chosen.
Kim Overton, SPIbelt’s creator, explains, “SPIbelt combines functionality and fashion in order to bring convenience to anyone who enjoys a hands-free lifestyle while allowing them to express their personality through the many designs offered.”
Kim Overton founded SPIbelt as the parent company for her collection of innovative fitness, travel, fashion and medical supply accessories. Fueled by her personal struggles with her daily run and not having anywhere to put her keys, Overton concluded, “There has got to be a better way!” Thus, the Small Person Item Belt (SPIbelt™) was born. Today, the company’s product lineup includes the SPIbelt™, the SPIband™ and both the Love Your Legs™ and the Love Your Core™ DVDs, with many new concepts in the works. For more information, visit www.spibrand.com.