About the Young Inventor

Made In The U.S.A.

For the past 6 years whenever Quinn’s grandfather was available, Quinn’s would say “Pa Jack let’s go into the garage and invent something.” One day when he was about 5 years old he was sitting in the driveway with his wagon upside down, turning the wheel on the lawn spreader and in turn spinning the wheel on his wagon. When he was asked what he was inventing he responded “I don’t have a clue.”

Late last fall Quinn came into the house and said “Pa Jack come see my new invention.” All items he needed were found in the garage. He had set up a 6' step ladder next to one of the apple trees. He then took a 10' long cardboard core from a rug we had just purchased, taped a plastic bag to one end and leaned the open end upon the step ladder. “What apple do you want Pa Jack?” Once the apple was spotted he pushed the open end of the core up under the apple and 5 seconds later it was in the bag unblemished.

Quinn has worked tirelessly with his mother Tanya and Pa Jack developing the final product. There were many hours of internet research, R & D and trying to find vendors. Quinn even asked about getting it made in China. He has copies of his emails back and forth to China. In the end he wanted it made in the USA. The entire unit is made in NH and all of the supplies are from the USA.

When asked what he wants to do when he gets older the answer is always the same. “I want to be a professional hockey player in the winter and an engineer and inventor during the summer. ”

From the looks of the hockey puck dents on the garage door and his hard work in the classroom there is little doubt that Quinn will get what he wants.

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