During the day he’s a sales rep with Thigpen, but in his spare time he works with his friend Jim on The Travesso, which is basically a handheld, travel sized espresso maker.
Mass Couture is a German based clothier expanding into the US market, introducing a revolutionary new concept in the world of fashion: high quality, customized clothing that is accessible and affordable, sized and shipped at the click of a mouse.
He started selling the earbuds — which come in three different models — in March 2010 and has sold more than 1,000 of them since then.
Pix N’ Tray™ is a patented unique multi-purpose snack- serving tray that also displays photos, business cards, and fun cards of your choice to personalize for any occasion.
He’s formed a company called NGC Industries with Springfield businessman and landlord Thomas A.
Before “rocketmail” was the name of a short-lived free e-mail service in the late ’90s, it was an idea propounded by German inventor Professor Oberth, who thought it was a good idea to literally use a high-velocity, ill-aimed projectile to deliver mail from Berlin to New York City.
The H20 water-powered radio clips onto the water pipe that runs up to a shower head.
I write magazine articles for the general public and non-fiction books for middle grade and young adult readers.
The all American-made BagRack – moulded by a manufacturer in Indiana and packaged in Kentucky – includes a universal adapter which it’s claimed allows consumers to hang grocery or trash bags “from the top, the side or from underneath any smooth non-porous surface: glass, metal, plastic (and) fibreglass.”
Assembly of the back rack is a breeze.
The CompoKeeper is a kitchen appliance designed for storing food waste indoors (though also useful for storing dirty diapers, pet and medical waste, and most other types of objectionable material in close quarters).