Dumfries Academy Students Offer Sustainable Solutions With ‘Toteally Random’ Tote Bag Business

A group of ambitious students from Dumfries Academy have founded a young enterprise company called Toteally Random. Created as part of Scotland’s young enterprise program, the company aims to teach entrepreneurial skills to its members while competing in a nationwide competition to create an environmentally friendly and profitable business.

Toteally Random’s mission is to provide their local community with stylish and sustainable alternatives to plastic bags. Their tote bags are made from high-quality cotton and come in a range of trendy designs, perfect for carrying groceries and books. The company believes that their bags not only look great but also contribute to reducing waste and protecting the environment. Customers can also personalise their bags or have their very own designs printed on a tote bag for an affordable price.

The team at Toteally Random is committed to delivering the best possible customer service and ensuring that their customers are completely satisfied with their purchases. They welcome any feedback or suggestions from their customers and are always looking for ways to improve their products.

one of the team’s designs

Already, Toteally Random has been making waves in their local community. They have sold over 100 Christmas tote bags at two Christmas markets and have been selling a wide range of customisable ‘Crucible’ tote bags, as many English classes have been studying the book as part of their course. They have also produced a large quantity of DG Cheer tote bags commissioned by the local cheerleading team.



The Toteally Random team would appreciate your support by checking out their Facebook page, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, and website. As a special offer, they are giving away a limited edition tote bag to one lucky follower when they hit 100 Instagram followers. Follow them on Instagram @toteallyrandom for a chance to win.