IAA member DOUG MASI continues to Move Forwardwith his Floatin’ Thang personal floatation device. He has a new video on Youtube that you can check out HERE. Please show your support of a fellow inventor by subscribing to his Youtube channel and Like it on Facebook!
JOHN AND KELLY CASSAVANT continue to Move Forward with their MIGHTY TAP WRENCH. They will have some exciting news to share with the group soon as they already made their first sale! CONGRATULATIONS to John and Kelly!
ED and DIANA BUNYARD continue to Move Forward with their amazing pet gates! This is truly a great product. I bought my first one and it works like a dream. Ed and Diana even personally delivered it to my house! Nice touch, eh?
ANTHONY ESPOSITO of Avatar Engineering, a long time friend and supporter of the IAA, invites our members to attend his Lunch n’ Learn on Tuesday, Oct 15 11:30am to 1pm at Galvanize 515 E. Grant St. Phoenix. To register CLICK HERE. Register as an IAA member for free admittance.
Mark and Julie McKsymick built their family business around their portable workstation. When they heard that the IAA was going to Washington DC to express concerns about our weakened patent system, they offered their product and the Chinese knockoff for us to show as an example of how inventors have to constantly fight infringement. A giant THANK YOU to Mark and Julie for their support of the IAA!
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