Summer 2009 Update

SUMMER 2009 UPDATE

 

Can you believe this year is nearly half over already?  2009 has been a tremendous improvement over last year.  During January through February I worked on Rob Zombie’s HALLOWEEN 2 and March through May I worked 6 days a week on TRON 2.  Sorry I can’t give any details on either of those films right now but it was great to be a part of both of those projects.

 

Now that my time has freed up somewhat as I await the “next big project” I can focus on getting the GRAB-IT PACK word out there.

 

I REALLY appreciated those of you who have written reviews on forums or blogs as well as telling your friends about my product.  Without you my product would not be picking up the steam that it has.  Please keep spreading the word and let me know where you’re posting because I always offer special discounts for your loyalty.

 

The GRAB-IT PACK received the official PATENT this past February which I am very proud of.  It’s funny how I’m receiving contacts from companies that will “make my product successful” and be “seen by millions” are starting to ooze out of their slime.  I’ve worked in Hollywood since 1993 and I’ve seen some slimy tactics but these are ridiculous.  At least in the film business, I’m able to meet the sharks face to face.

 

Be sure to check on ebay now and then for items I have up for auction.  I’ve been posting GRAB-IT PACKS that have been opened or samples at discount prices.  Since I’m a makeup effects artist I also have movie props and replicas I have created.  If you’re an X-Files or Wolverine fan, be sure to keep an eye out in the upcoming days.  My ebay ID is (of course):  GRABITPACK

 

That about sums it up for this year.   My goals are to keep plugging away and get the GRAB-IT PACK into some major retailers.

 

PS….I have no idea what’s going on with the DIY Network contest that should have ended in April.  The GRAB-IT PACK video is still among the highest views.  Thanks to all that have castvotes and comments.  Apparently you can still vote

HERE 

 

 

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  • 6/21/2009 9:42 PM Biker News Online wrote:
    Have you tried marketing the Grab-it Pack to the motorcycle community? There are a lot of guys who ride bikes that don't have any storage. A lot of guys end up wearing backpacks instead. Try showing it to Cycle Gear or Renegade Classics.
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    1. 12/22/2009 1:30 PM james wrote:
      That's a great idea! As a rider myself, and having gifted the grabit pack to a rider for just such a purpose, I highly recommend the grabit pack for a great place to stow your smaller gear like glasses and cellphones on rides around town. The pack itself is really nice looking and has a really good build quality, too!
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