Last week my alma mater, Otterbein University, was all over the news. The small, welcoming
campus in Westerville, Ohio, was the host site of the fourth Democratic debate on Oct. 16,
2019. And while I was proud that all eyes were on this great college, I was disappointed by the
issue that the candidates didn’t talk about.
The issue that is most important to me is how to make wobbles a thing of the past. It’s 2019!
Why are we still dealing with wobbles on a daily basis? Wobbly restaurant tables, wobbly
sawhorses on construction site, even wobbly podiums on a debate stage!
While the candidates might not be addressing this important issue that all Americans care
about, I AM.
My company, STABLZ, will make life easier for my fellow citizens by solving the problem of
STABLZ Tap to Adapt Technology features a patented, game changing vertical support,
triangular in shape, that will adapt easily to any surface. A simple tap of the foot pivots the
triangle resulting in four points of contact on any terrain. No bending over or tools required —
it’s that simple!
It’s applicable across the spectrum of industries — camping, restaurants, construction sites,
tailgating, and the all-American road trip. It can be applied to any product elevated off the
ground. It will make life easier for everyone from campers to construction workers, from
restaurateurs to flea market vendors, and from road-trippers to soccer moms.
Elevate your (product) customer experience — become a licensee today!
We have completed all the hard work. Working with engineers and up-and-coming engineering
students at Otterbein University, we have several designs already prototyped and tested, ready
for market. And we can customize new prototypes to fit your company’s exact needs.
If your company’s products are elevated off the ground, STABLZ can be engineered to your
needs and provide your customer all terrain convenience.
To learn more about STABLZ products and licensing opportunities, visit taptoadapt.com or
contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or (770) 315-1482.