As if having to start PitchMen in aftermath of Billy Mays' passing wasn't hard enough to deal with, the story of HexLight inventor Eric Prater and his family was assured to rip your heart and leave it on the floor, beating.
While enduring Marine training, Eric Prater realized that the issued flashlight wasn't adequate enough to use during maneuvers at night. Once he left the Army, he began to work on the HexLight. Imagine a ring six flashlights that all point in the same direction. Imagine being able to slide that ring up you can see, drill, screw, hammer...in closed quarters and no matter what move is made, you are able to have light directly on what you're working with.
That's when you learn that Prater's dad was struck with cancer and the bills are piling up faster than the family can pay the. Couple the health costs with the product development costs and one discovers that their letting it all ride on Anthony Sullivan's shoulder.
No pressure, though.
TELEBrands has a site up for it. Anthony Sullivan is still pitching it. I hope that means the bills are getting paid.
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