A first-time female entrepreneur, Lange acted quickly to preserve her business and uses every available resource to do so, even inventing new ones. In April 2020 Lange was invited on two important television shows to discuss her Touchscreen Purses. The first was with Howie Mandel, the ‘America’s Got Talent’ judge. The next appearance for the Touchscreen Purse was on ‘The View’. A spike in on-line sales from those shows provided the capital Lange needed to expand into fashionable and functioning scarves. Being agile and courageous are important qualities for any business owner. Lange possesses both and is savvy enough to recognize a trend that will be good for her bottom line and help solve a problem for her customers. In addition, sales of the ‘Soft Solution Scarves’ will also benefit ‘Save The Girls’ designated charity, Breast Cancer Research.
Sales of the Touchscreen Purse all but stopped because of the Coronavirus/Covid-19 pandemic. Lange’s once thriving start-up’s sales of Touch Screen Purses in 2500 retail outlets were off by a whopping 95%. Lange saw a need for her stores to have a fashionable mask option. “Masks may be required.” Lange said, “But they don’t need to be uncomfortable and ugly.” The Soft Solution Scarf is made of 100% Polyester and is washable. The scarf can be worn as a fashion accessory or pulled up into a facemask, with adjustable ear stings. Once out of public the facemask quickly tucks back under the scarf hidden from view. “It is just like my Touch Screen Purse” Lange said, “Has a slight twist from what everyone else is doing.”
The ‘Soft Solution Scarf’ is now available via the Save The Girls web site, https://savethegirls.
About Save The Girls
Save the Girls is a female owned business that manufactures started in the fall of 2017 and sells uniquely designed touchscreen purses which allows owners to use their cell phones to text, answer calls and other smartphone functions while still in their purse. The Soft Solution Scarf is the newest offering from Save The Girls that is perfect for any woman in the age of the Coronavirus/Covid-19 pandemic.