Race Car Driver Gene Lasker Wins Humanitarian Award Of $2000 For The Invention Of Sola Bag
Race Car driver Gene Lasker was awarded a humanitarian award of $2,000 for his invention. Lasker invented a portable non-electric non-battery operated refrigerator that functions like a lunch box, but keeps your food and refreshments at 34 degrees...
Race Car driver Gene Lasker was awarded a humanitarian award of $2,000 for his invention. Lasker invented a portable non-electric non-battery operated refrigerator that functions like a lunch box, but keeps your food and refreshments at 34 degrees, forever. Simply turn the unit on, and all the items inside the bag will stay at a constant refrigerator like temperature.
A second humanitarian award was given to Wayne Rasanen for $250. His invention is a one handed keyboard. The small device functions as a full key board but can be operated in one hand. The technology can be adapted to other applications to streamline processes and also make key board functions safer for the general public.
The Invention Bible awarded Lasker the humanitarian prize for his invention. Mark Christopher, President from The Invention Bible said “The Sola Bag is one of the most innovative products that I have seen in the last 10 years, and it has unlimited market potential. The genius and simplicity of the product is past the point of being amazing, it is outright incredible. With that being said, the most important aspect of this new product is its massive market potential. I can literally see this product in almost every home in the world, not just only in the United States.”
Christopher went on to say that “The invention could have a major world impact with the third world countries, due to the lack of technology, infrastructure and lack of funding in these countries, diseases and sickness run astray, due to cleanliness and their inability to keep food products safe with proper refrigeration. Adults and children are dying everyday and this unit can add a safety factor and save lives. That’s why we decided to help Sola Bag with the award.”
Christopher stated “Mr. Rasanen’s invention is worthy of the award because of the widespread application for everyday users and also giving handicapped, carpal tunnel, people with one hand a full function keyboard but also the ability to impact the sight impaired individuals with this innovative product.”
Lasker stated, “I hope everyone in the world can carry a nice cool Lunch.”
Lasker’s Sola Bag is currently entered in the Walmart “Get on the Shelf Contest.” The winner of the contest will have his or her invention eventually displayed and sold by Walmart, the largest retail chain in the world.
To find out more information, watch a video about Lasker’s new invention, and vote for him in this contest, use your mobile phone and text the numbers 3703 to 383838 or use Facebook at the following website.
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