Alvah Bushnell Company

Alvah Bushnell Suggests Flat Wallets to Stay Organized


Philadelphia, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/31/2018 -- Alvah Bushnell, the oldest manufacturer of filing containers and legal folders for sale in the US, suggests clients stay organized this year with the use of flat wallets.

Flat wallets are ideal to use with smaller files. Since flat wallets are not made to carry large amounts of paper, they don't have an elastic cord or tie string closure. Their convenient 10" x 15" in size makes them easy to transport.

Alvah Bushnell's flat wallets are available in a variety of seven colors to choose from. Some of the available colors are Manila, gray, white, canary yellow, and light blue and green. The company also has flat Kraft folders for sale.

True to Alvah Bushnell culture, flat wallets can be fully customized. The company can add a corner card, a printed name, or numbers to the wallets. These three features can help a legal office stay organized with ease. Various forms can also be printed onto the wallets, including medical records, CPA forms, or any kind of legal form. By having forms printed on the flat wallets, offices won't have to worry about loose papers being strewn about.

Since 1876, Alvah Bushnell has been helping companies, especially legal offices, file their business documents with products like file pockets, wallets, folders, and jackets. These products enable businesses to achieve a high level of organization while providing a sleek look and feel.

To get a quote on custom legal folders and flat wallets from Alvah Bushnell, contact the company by calling 800-814-7296 or visit their website at

About Alvah Bushnell Company
Alvah Bushnell founded his company in 1876 to help fulfill the unique organizational needs of legal firms. To this end, he invented the file pocket and many other office products that businesses still use to preserve and organize their documents. Today, Alvah Bushnell Company continues to produce durable, portable organizational solutions for a wide range of institutions. With a commitment to American manufacturing and local industry, they continue to lead the field to this day.