Invents Company Unveils "The One And Only Card", Keeps Key Chains Lightweight

The One and Only Card replaces multiple chain retailers' cards with one universal consumer identity & savings card.

Isn't it a hassle to dig through the many store savings cards in a wallet or purse to find the one that is needed? Wouldn't it be so convenient to have more room in a wallet and to spend less time at the checkout? The One and Only Card is a single, universal consumer identity and savings card (credit card sized and key chain sized) to replace the multiple, separate cards offered by most chain retailers. It streamlines the consumer-identity/savings card program into a single, comprehensive system. It benefits consumers because with it they need only one such card. It benefits participating retailers because their separate customer service systems would be consolidated into one, eliminating redundancy and reducing expenses, while still providing the demographic and spending information that these cards were created to gather.

Patent Pending, The One and Only Card was invented by Jacquelee Graham of Newville, PA, who said, “With The One and Only Card system, participating retailers form an association or consortium to consolidate their existing, independent operations into a single, shared system. To obtain The One and Only Card, consumers can sign-up on-line or at any of the participating retailers' stores.”

"It was with the belief that every consumer using retailer cards for discounts was tired of the key chain cards impacting the size and weight of a key chain and/or a wallet. That was when I designed The One and Only Card."

Jacquelee Graham, Inventor

The inventor added, “The card has a single, bar-coded or magnetized-strip. It is good for discounts and savings at any of the participating retailers.”

EDITOR’S NOTE: Development of this product is being handled by Invents Company. For more information about licensing or sale, contact the Licensing Department at Invents Company, 450 7th Avenue, Suite #1107 New York, NY 10123. Tel: 212-620-2629