The Quick Draw Card (“QDC”) is a convenient card holder and dispensing device housing a plurality of cards with the ability to pull one card at a time while moving the next card forward for easy dispension with the help of a bow spring mechanism inside the holder. The holder is small in size, similar to a standard business card and can clip into your belt (much like cellular phone can) or inside or on your purse. It measures approximately 2.5″×3¾″×¼″ with a clip on the back for horizontal mounting and a finger or thumb size opening on the front of the holder to pull cards out so they can exit through a horizontal opening on the top side of the holder. The inside has a bow spring mechanism to push forward the next business card after dispensing the card on top. The clip allows for a holder that is not easily scratched or bent as those are which fit into your pocket. The construction of the card holder and dispensing device could be constructed of metal, plastic or other suitable material that could withstand time with proper use.
The spirit and scope of the concept is what is being patented. All descriptions and figures are provided to give the Patent Board a more clear concept or idea of what is being proposed. The final card holder and dispensing device may vary in material construction, clip mechanism and internal spring to keep cards “pushed forward.”