InventionHome Product Spotlight – “Spin’nStor”

31 Oct 2012

Russell Williams

Russell Williams is President and Co-founder of InventionHome and Russell created InventionHome in 2002 as a credible and affordable platform for inventors to explore the invention and patent processes and has subsequently grown the company from a start-up enterprise into one of the industry’s leading organizations with a vast network of manufacturers, inventors and partners. He launched in 2008 as a free online marketplace for connecting buyers and sellers of finished “innovative” products.
Russell holds educational degrees from both Carnegie Mellon University (Masters/Management) and West Virginia University (Bachelors/Finance) and has accumulated over 20 years business and entrepreneurial experience.

Here comes November!  Gone are the lazy days of summer and the relaxing autumn evenings.  The holidays are now bearing down, and it is officially “busy” season!  Time is truly precious, and that’s one reason that we see many inventions that were designed to SAVE TIME.   One such invention comes from Ruth G. of San Diego, California.

The name of the invention is Spin ‘n Store.  The item takes the hassle out of creating the perfect salad.  It is a plastic bag which spin-dries salad.  To use, place washed produce in the bag; twist the top and spin the bag 10-12 times.  This spinning action forces all the water to collect in a reservoir at the bottom of the bag.  Simply pour out the water through the side drain, and VOILA!  Salad is ready-to-eat…or can be stored right in the Spin ‘n Store bag.  It’s much more convenient that bulky plastic salad spinners ~ bags can fold up for easy storage and they are reusable.

Ruth enlisted the help of InventionHome and sister-company MatchProduct to assist her in finding marketing/licensing opportunities for the product.

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