Vancouver, Canada (PressExposure) March 21, 2011 -- MEZZI, a renowned briefcase manufacturer, recently donated several aluminum laptop cases that appeared in the January 30 episode of ABC's "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition." The 17" MEZZI Royal Collection laptop cases were centerpieces in a girl's room whose dream is to become an FBI/SWAT team member after she finishes school.
"MEZZI was fortunate to be part of ABC's philanthropic reality show," explains MEZZI President David Mezzi. "It is amazing to watch a community come together to build an entirely new home for a deserving family in only seven days. And though we could not be there in person, swinging our own hammers, we felt connected to this community, and this family, through our small contribution."
The aluminum laptop cases used in the show were for a girl's bedroom (Tiffany's). It is Tiffany's dream to finish school and pursue becoming a member of an FBI/SWAT team, so the "Extreme Makeover" design team set out to construct a "tough/glam" room for her. Several 17" MEZZI Royal Collection laptop cases were lined along a bench in the room, only to be opened by one of the show's hosts, Paige, to reveal representations of Tiffany's high school diploma and a police badge.
The particular aluminum laptop cases [http://www.mezzi.com/Laptop-Cases/] donated to the show are one of MEZZI's most popular. The molded silver 17" laptop case is part of MEZZI's Royal Collection, which also includes 13", 15" and netbook sizes. The MEZZI Royal Collection features a stunning purple velvet lining, folder dividers, an accessory pouch for a phone or iPod and customizable foam inserts that can be adjusted to perfectly match the laptop it stores. The cases are secured by dual-key latch locks and can be carried by a comfortable, detachable shoulder strap.
MEZZI briefcases and laptop cases have been no stranger to television or blockbuster films. MEZZI cases have appeared in a long list of movies, television shows and music videos, including NBC's "Deal or No Deal" and "Chuck". The company's aluminum cases have also been featured on FOX's "Human Target" and in the feature films, 13 and Mission: Impossible III.
With these continuing media appearances, MEZZI cases are earning a reputation in the entertainment industry for their high quality and the strength to withstand the rigors of shooting action films and television shows.
For more information about MEZZI or to see its full line of affordable, high-quality cases, visit http://www.MEZZI.com. Or check them out on Facebook and Twitter.