Asked by: Shayma Kabakchiasked in category: General Last Updated: 10th April, 2020
Why are trapper keepers banned?
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Also know, why did they stop making Trapper Keepers?
Launched in 1978 by Mead (now part of ACCO Brands), Trapper Keeper notebooks were a departure from the sterile, generic supplies that populated school lockers and desks.
Beside above, what does Trapper Keeper mean? Trapper Keeper is a brand of loose-leaf binder created by Mead. Trapper Keepers usually had a theme, such as a cartoon, television show, or video game. Between 1988 and 1995, "Designer Series" Trapper Keepers featured abstract designs and later computer-generated images.
Then, do they still sell Trapper Keepers?
Trapper Keepers still exist, but in the early 80's, they were the thing. Trappers are folders with vertical pockets, so the papers you store in them don't fall out when you're carrying them. Trapper Keepers are binders that hold Trappers.
What is the difference between a binder and a Trapper Keeper?
Trapper keepers are name brand. Some have extra pockets, Velcro or zippers. They're just a fancy 3 ring binder. Trapper keeper are the ones that zip up or Velcro close but the do have the rings.