Tim Cubed

Hey, Camp Fans!

Meet the Receptionist at Everything Summer Camp, Tim. Tim is the first person you’ll see when you walk into our Main Building. Down-to-earth and friendly, Tim is always there to help. Aside from answering business calls, he also handles endless spreadsheets of important Web information as well as all of our sales reports, and much more.

I could go on and on about Tim’s hard work, but today, I’m telling you about his favorite Everything Summer Camp product instead. What does Tim love? It’s our space-savinPool isn't the only sport where you'll find the number 3!g, efficiency-making Packing Cubes. There’s no better way to effectively pack up your C&N footlocker trunk than with these Cubes.

Speaking of cubes (and thus the third dimension), this is one aspect of our Packing Cubes that Tim loves. “They come in sets of three,” says Tim. “I obsess over the number three—all things add up to three.” Tim isn’t really imagining things here, either. For, you see, the number THREE is a MAGIC number!

Every circle's divergence can be reduced to 9 which is then divisible by THREE!It is often said that luck comes in threes—“third time’s a charm,” right? But the number three is far more than just lucky. For instance, there are 360° in a circle; cut that circle in half and you have 180°. Cut the circle into a quadrant and you have 90°. What do these three numbers have in common? They’re all divisible by three.

The sum of the angles in all standard polygons are also divisible by three. In fact, it seems that there’s something about the number ‘three’ that’s intricately woven into the very fabric of our universe! Three is everywhere you go! There are three primary colors. There are three feet in a yard. And Mario has to hit Bowser three times to defeat him.Our Packing Cubes, like so many things, come in threes.

Anyway, it’s everywhere else! You may as well keep ‘three’ in your camp trunk too with our set of Three Packing Cubes. They’re made of soft, nylon and have mesh tops with convenient labeling pouches so you don’t have to go rummaging through each one.

 

Check out our Packing Cubes Three Set for yourself and, as always, thanks for reading.

- John

 

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