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Three by Three Seattle’s New Over·Board Makes Installation a Breeze

PRESS RELEASE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 4, 2015

Three by Three Seattle’s New Over·Board Makes Installation a Breeze

Seattle, WA - February 4, 2015 - Three by Three Seattle launches the over·board™! A new over-the-door version of their popular magnet board, its wide top clip fits over any door, ready right away to hold photos, cards, mementos, and keys. The over·board comes with ten super-strong magnets and can be further customized using the company’s colorful magnets, magnet hooks, dry erase boards, and magnetic tins.

“I wanted a way to install our magnet boards without any hardware or adhesive. It’s a challenge when you live in a dorm room or an apartment and can’t put anything up on the walls,” said head designer Gwen Weinberg. “The goal of this new product series is for our customers to be able to tailor their own multi-functional organization center without having to pick up a screwdriver.”

The 36 x 4 inch over·board comes in white and stainless and will be available in early April.

  

smart. modern. organized.

Since 1995, Three by Three Seattle products have made busy lives beautifully efficient. Whether outfitting a home, office, or dorm, each innovative organizing solution is worthy of display in any contemporary setting.

The company’s magnetic strip bulletin board design introduced the magnet board category as it’s known today. In recent years, they revamped the whiteboard industry with fresh, alternative dry-erase surfaces, including bamboo, glass, silicone, and stainless. Their current line consists of dry-erase boards, chalk boards, magnet boards, desk and wall organizers, hooks, and magnets. The design team also creates custom promotional products and has worked with a broad range of clients, including Nike, Starbucks, Herman Miller, Bravo Networks, Nine West, and W Hotels.

 

Contact:
206-784-5839 | info@threebythree.com 

 

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