Friday, May 18, 2007

Inventor Puts An End To Wet Dogs

NORWICH, Conn. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A washed-out inventor from Norwich, Conneticut, has opened up a new umbrella technology that puts an end to the lack of dryness provided by other puny parisols.

Inventor Laurie Mathis created the “BowBrella” – a giant umbrella that expands enough to cover a person and a dog – when she went on a rainy walk one day and saw her pooch’s wet discomfort.

Since then, the real life Mary Poppins has been vying for a rainy revolution and wants to market her BowBrellas and share the wealth with wet walkers everywhere.

Mathis explains, “I want it to stop! No more people waiting for the bus crouching around one umbrella!”

The BowBrella’s shapely technology is so revolutionary, Mathis can hardly find the words to describe it.

She says, “It’s not a round umbrella, but it’s not rectangular. It’s long.”

Mathis hopes to have everyone covered when she debuts her invention at INPEX, America’s Largest Invention Trade Show, in Pittsburgh starting June 6.

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