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Current estimates show that there are 80 to 120 million school-aged children worldwide who lack access to any form of education. United States to make a lasting change by sending one child to school for a year with every bag it sells...Featuring a simple, appealing aesthetic and complete with a slew of modern amenities, the backpacks are both fashionable and utilitarian. Designed with the student and urban commuter in mind, the backpacks come outfitted with a padded laptop sleeve on the interior, a subtle zipper pocket for the iPod on the front flap, and a pocket on each side of the bag for additional storage. Made of durable natural canvas, the backpacks are built to last and feature a yearlong product warranty from the company. Founder and CEO, Oliver Shuttlesworth, said “We feel like we’re creating something special. We’re providing people with a great product and, most importantly, we’re helping raise awareness of an issue that needs to be brought to light. As more and more consumers support socially conscious brands, there’s an incredible opportunity for us to make a positive, substantive impact and that’s very exciting...The company is rapidly gaining recognition for the work it does to provide impoverished children in developing countries with access to an education. For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prweb2012/9/prweb9850124.htm