• Fashion,  Gift Guide,  San Diego,  WorldWide

    October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month… Save The Girls Increases Donations To The American Cancer Society

    Losing smart phones is nothing new. But after witnessing a woman with breast cancer put her smart phone inside her bra for safe keeping, Tami Lange founded a purse manufacturing company so that no woman would ever need to do that again. And as October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Lange and the American Cancer Society are committed to raise money for the American Cancer Society’s fight against breast cancer.

    How Donations Work

    Since its founding, Lange and Save The Girls have donated $30,000.00 to Breast Cancer Research. The new the October special, in coordination with The American Cancer Society, gives an additional 20% of the purchase to Breast Cancer Research. When a customer uses coupon code ‘breast cancer’ at check out on savethegirls.com they will receive 10% off their purchase. An additional 20% of the purchase will then go to the American Cancer Society.

    A Double Victory

    “This is a win-win,” Lange said. “Our customers receive a practical and fashionable purse that gives them full access to their smart devices without hiding them on their person and the American Cancer Society gets much needed funds to find treatment for this awful disease.”

    Save The Girls Combines Practical Purses With Philanthropy

    Since its founding, Lange’s company donated 10% of profits to Breast Cancer Research. As October is ‘Breast Cancer Awareness Month’ it gives Ms. Lange the opportunity to create new ways to battle this disease.

    What’s In A Name

    Lange named the product line Save the Girls which is a slang name many with breast cancer use.  Lange incorporated a give back program of 10% of profits to Breast Cancer Research.  Lange and Save the Girls has given $30,000 to date.  The difference this October is Save the Girls is teamed up with the American Cancer Society to give even more funds to help fund treatments for this terrible disease.

    About Save The Girls

    Save The Girls manufactures and sells purse with smart phone pockets that make those devices accessible and fully functional without taking them out of the purse. Most importantly, women could use their smart phones and tablets without placing those devices against themselves. Since its founding Lange’s company donated 10% of profits to Breast Cancer Research. As October is ‘Breast Cancer Awareness Month’ it gives Ms. Lange the opportunity to create new ways to battle this disease.

    CAPTION: During ‘Breast Cancer Awareness Month’ when a customer uses coupon code ‘breast cancer’ at check out on savethegirls.com they will receive 10% off their purchase. An additional 20% of the purchase will then go to the American Cancer Society.

  • Fashion,  New York,  San Diego,  WorldWide

    Buy Something…This Holiday Season Is The Time to Support All Female Owned Businesses

    The best way to show encouragement of supporting female owned businesses is to buy something from a business owned by a woman. Tami Lange, Save The Girls owner and founder, who is a first-time entrepreneur, has weathered the challenges of the global pandemic by finding outlets to sell products.  Without those sales, she would have closed. She knows the importance of each purchase, so while the prescription of ‘buy something’ may sound overly simple it is the thing that so many businesses need now more than ever.

    Advice for women business owners to support each other are well intentioned but not always as helpful as they might be. Suggestions like work with other women entrepreneurs to create a positive environment, sponsor a women’s conference, or attend a workshop are fine during normal times. But in a stretch when business revenue is down, people need to make a more meaningful and concrete impact and the best way is to make a purchase.  “Lots of women have very unique challenges to their business,” Lange said. “Whether it’s enough internet bandwidth while working from home, child and/or elder care, or schools closed,the female in the business world has a steep hill to climb. Buying something from a business that is owned by a woman will help relieve a little financial stress so she can weather the other storms in her life.”

    Lange is a one-woman testament to the power of flexibility, improvisation and the courage to act when things are going badly. Lange invented a touchscreen purse for women to store and operate their smart phones without having to remove them from the purse. Duringthe global outbreak her business shrank by more than 95%. The retail outlets where the clever, fashionable and useful purses were sold were all closed. No one would have found fault with her had she just quit. But anyone who thought that Tami Lange would walk away from her once thriving enterprise had another thing coming.

    Lange quickly found new opportunities and available channels to market and promote the Touch Screen PurseThe accessible conduit to new customers was online sales and television the avenue for promotion. Her web site could accommodate more sales without any major change. Television features with ‘America’s Got Talent’ judge, Howie Mandel, followed by another on ‘The View’ provided enough revenue for her initiative to remain viable. She sold over 14,000 of her touchscreen purses right after a feature on ‘Good Morning America’ (GMA). The sales from these televised features drove enough commerce for Lange to not only stay in business but expand to other lines for women that were as attractive as they were needed and useful.

    She added full facial scarves, face shields, and bucket hats to help provide protection from airborne hazards and make a positive fashion statement. All are available via the Save The Girls web site, https://savethegirls.com/ and at many of the retail outlets where Save The Girls Touchscreen Purses are sold.

    About Save The Girls

    Save the Girls is a female owned business that manufactures and sells uniquely designed touchscreen purses which allows purchasers to use their cell phones to text, answer calls and utilize other smartphone functions through their purse. The Soft Solution Scarf and nowthe full-face protective mask and headwear are the newest offerings from Save The Girls. They are perfect for any woman in the age ofthe Coronavirus/Covid-19 pandemic.

  • Fashion,  New York,  San Diego,  WorldWide

    The ‘Soft Solution Scarf’ Is Now Part of the Save The Girls Fashion Line

    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.com/ and at many of the retail outlets where the Save The Girls Touchscreen Purse is also sold. Don’t forget to apply the discount code “LULU20” to get 20% off your purchase!

    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.  

  • Fashion,  San Diego,  WorldWide

    Keep Cell Phones Cleaner After You Clean Them

    There is plenty of advice on cleaning cell phones lately, but how can the threat of phone borne infections be further prevented? By putting a barrier between the cell phone, the user and all those surfaces teaming with infectious agents. It is possible to do so, and in a fashionable way.

    he Coronavirus/Covid 19 virus outbreak now places an emphasis on cleanliness, especially for anything that comes close or in direct contact with eyes, noses or mouths. Cell phones touch all three every time a user answers or makes a call. Even after cell phones are cleaned, they will pick up more contamination unless a layer of protection is added. The Save The Girls Touchscreen Purse’ provides such a barrier and does it with style.

    Tami Lange, an entrepreneur, invented a solution for cell phones with the ‘Save The GirlsTouchscreen Purse.’ The purse allows users to have full function of their cell phones while it is safely stored inside Lange’s stylish invention. The user will keep their cell phones off of restroom counters, sinks, toilets, floors, and anywhere that germs and viruses congregate. Lange’s purses were brought to market late in 2017 and already sold over $4.2 million.

    The advent of the global Coronavirus/Covid 19 pandemic now inspires people, who want to do as much as they can to remain healthy and contain the spread, to clean everything in their homes, vehicles and offices with renewed vigor and that includes their cell phones. The screens on cell phones are a gross, septic stew of germs, viruses and even fecal matter.

    Bacteria and Cell Phones

    According to State Food Safety (an online food safety and certification site) there are 25,127 bacteria per square inch on the average cell phone. Compare that number to the following:

    • Toilet seat: 1,201 bacteria per square inch
    • Kitchen counter: 1,736 bacteria per square inch
    • Pet food dish: 2,110 bacteria per square inch
    • Checkout screen: 4,500 bacteria per square inch
    • Doorknob: 8,643 bacteria per square inch

    “The cell phone has three times more germs on it than a doorknob and nearly 20 times more than even a toilet seat,” Lange said. “I can’t imagine putting my face next to a doorknob, never mind the toilet.” Save the Girls Touch Screen Purses can be found is some 2,500 retail locations throughout the USA.  To find the nearest store visit www.savethegirls.com.

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    Stylish and serious, this is the perfect going-out purse! It’s lightweight and very cute, decorated with a small tassel and featuring a chain strap. Its clear backing allows for texting, answering calls, and performing normal touch screen functions right through the back of the purse. The purse also has an extra pocket for credit cards, money, or car keys. Guaranteed to fit your phone or your money back!


    • Compatible with smartphones up to 4 inches wide and 6 3/4 inches tall
    • Protective, see-through touch screen window allows you to make calls, answer texts, and peruse social media
    • Pockets for keys, credit cards, money, and other small items
    • Shockproof, lightweight, and stylish
    • Middle pocket
    • Made of durable faux leather
    • Removable strap can be adjusted to any length between 29 inches and 60 inches


    • Interior dimensions: 6.75 inches x 4 inches x 1 inch
    • Exterior dimensions: 7.25 inches x 4.5 inches x 1.5 inches

    All pocket sizes are a minimum of 4 inches wide by 6 ¾ inches high.

    The Save The Girls Origin Story

    With two of her daughters ruining their phones (one lost on a trail and the second from accidentally throwing it in the wash) and then seeing her sister in law with breast cancer, pulling her phone from her bra, Lange decided to find a solution. She came up with a touch screen purse where women can text, talk, scroll social media, all while the phone is secure in a stylish purse. The idea for the SaveThe Girls Touchscreen Purse’ was born.

    About Save The Girls

    Save the Girls is a purse company with a unique design which allows owners to use their cell phones to text, answer calls and other smartphone functions while still in their purse. Women who own a purse from Save The Girls can carry their phones everywhere, in a safe, fashionable purse.