Tucson couple create unique way to save your child's art, school - Tucson News Now

Tucson couple create unique way to save your child's art, schoolwork

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

From the fridge to a forgotten drawer. This is a struggle every parent goes through, what to do with all you child's precious art and schoolwork?

One Tucson couple has a unique solution. Peter and Robyn Pomonis, founders of 4ever Bound, tell us about a personalized book that can hold your child's memories all in one place.  

Books are $49.95 and you can get more information at https://4everbound.com/.

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