Mary Jothen and Tom Scanlan of Bellingham own M.T. Totes, which creates sustainable wooden beverage totes that go together without nails or glue.
Mary Jothen and Tom Scanlan of Bellingham own M.T. Totes, which creates sustainable wooden beverage totes that go together without nails or glue. MARY JOTHEN Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
Mary Jothen and Tom Scanlan of Bellingham own M.T. Totes, which creates sustainable wooden beverage totes that go together without nails or glue. MARY JOTHEN Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

Inventor Insight: Bellingham couple's M.T. Totes come together to carry beverages

February 27, 2016 04:01 PM

UPDATED February 28, 2016 07:05 AM

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