Publicity Keeps Skinny-Wallet Maker Scrambling Cindy Whitehawk and her husband have been selling what they claim are the world's smallest wallets for seven years. But the small-business owners got more orders than they bargained for when their wallets were recently featured by national media outlets.
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Publicity Keeps Skinny-Wallet Maker Scrambling

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Publicity Keeps Skinny-Wallet Maker Scrambling

Publicity Keeps Skinny-Wallet Maker Scrambling

Publicity Keeps Skinny-Wallet Maker Scrambling

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Cindy Whitehawk and her husband have been selling what they claim are the world's smallest wallets for seven years. But the small-business owners got more orders than they bargained for when their wallets were recently featured by national media outlets.

Special materials and a patented design allow the All-Ett wallet to hold all the contents of an ordinary wallet, without the bulk. Scott Horsley, NPR hide caption

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