Keep car boots tidy with new organiser

Stayhold Limited has officially launched its award winning boot organiser range in the Irish market.

The clever design offers car drivers a unique product range which solves the age old problem of loose items rolling around in the boot. The practical, flexible and easy to use organiser keeps your goods safe and secure in the boot while driving.

Stayhold is an Irish owned company founded by Michael Culleton. The boot organiser was designed by Alan Harrison and Ben Millett, co-founders of Stayhold. Both men graduated in industrial design with the National College of Art and Design and the finished product was designed in their ‘Curve Creative’ design studio.

Speaking at the product launch Michael Culleton said that as a new Irish start-up the company was delighted to have designed and brought to market the unique Stayhold boot organiser product range.

“We have ambitious plans for the product and brand with our ultimate goal being to secure car manufacturer endorsement and have the product supplied as standard equipment in new cars. The product was designed with safety in mind to help prevent accidental injury or damage caused by loose un-tethered goods carried in the boot of the car and we are happy that the product achieves this objective and offers a convenient product for every driver,” he commented.


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