Meet 3 Inventors From The Grommet
Originally published by By Jean Lotus, Denver Patch
DENVER, CO — Three successful Colorado inventors will be displaying their money-making inventions at a meet-and-greet event in Denver Nov. 30. Tinkerers who have successfully marketed their ideas through The Grommet will be visiting the Alameda Station Ace Hardware store Nov. 30. Ace has partnered with The Grommet to bring consumer-created products to market. The event takes place between 5-8p.m. at 417 S. Broadway in Denver.
Grommet calls this “the first event of its kind in the nation and we are excited to be hosting it here in Colorado which we know is a hot bed of great ideas and innovation!”
Colorado-based Maker Bryan Pinchuk, inventor of Magnetack. Push Pin Magnets Bryan wanted to show off concert tickets and posters without putting holes in them. He realized that push pin magnets would be the perfect solution, but he couldn’t find any. So he made is own! Click here to view the story behind Magnetack.
Colorado-based Maker Elsie Hamilton, inventor of Lilly Brush. Be Forever Furless. Designed with the help of one very furry and lovable rescue dog named Lilly, the Be Forever Furless Brush is ready to rescue you from pet hair and muddy paw prints everywhere. Click here to view the story behind Lilly Brush.
Colorado-based Maker Chris Clearman, inventor of Matador. Packable Bags and Gear. These packable bags and gear began with a walk in the park – and no place to sit. Chris created a compact, lightweight, use-anywhere blanket first to solve that problem, and has since expanded his products to include other functional, easy-to-use essentials. Click here to view the story behind Matador.