Make every shopping trip a testament to your commitment to sustainability and local communities
– with the “Two Zero Seven – Eco Tote Bag”.
This eco-friendly bag proudly embodies the rugged beauty, sustainability, and community spirit that the 207 area code of Maine is known for!
Constructed entirely from 100% certified organic cotton 3/1 twill, this bag is all about durable, ethical fashion.
With a fabric weight of 8 oz/yd² (272 g/m²), it’s robust enough to handle your everyday needs while feeling wonderfully soft to the touch.
Measuring a roomy 16″ × 14 ½″ × 5″ (40.6 cm × 35.6 cm × 12.7 cm) and with a weight limit of 30 lbs (13.6 kg), this tote can accommodate everything from your weekly groceries to your favorite books. Its wide dual straps offer comfortable support, while the open main compartment allows easy access to your items.
Adorned with the “Two Zero Seven” insignia, this tote bag lets you showcase your love for Maine and its cherished communities.
Every purchase helps to support local communities, while its on-demand production helps minimize overproduction and contributes to a healthier planet.
So wave goodbye to single-use plastic bags and step out in sustainable style with the “Two Zero Seven – Eco Tote Bag”!
Carry the spirit of Maine with you wherever you go and make a positive impact with every purchase.
MAINE’S SINGULAR IDENTITY
THE HISTORY OF AREA CODE 207
The story of area code 207 is as much the story of Maine as it is about a string of digits that’s integral to its telecommunications framework. Maine’s area code, 207, is the sole area code for the entire state, making it unique in its simplicity and scope. It stands as a testament to Maine’s unity and a subtle nod to its rich history.
The history of area code 207 is deeply intertwined with the history of Maine itself. It has been a constant through changes, a witness to progress, and a symbol of the state’s unity and identity. Even as we look toward the future and the inevitable changes it may bring, the legacy of area code 207 will remain as a key chapter in the chronicles of Maine’s history.