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SlackLace, the elastic shoelace everyone needs, has had a massively successful fall and are gearing up for a huge 2013.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) December 03, 2012
SlackLace has seen their online sales triple from September to November. They are gaining more retail stores every month and just launched SlackLace on Amazon.
SlackLace has been busy at running expositions throughout the summer and fall and are excited to be attending the running event (TRE) in Austin, Texas, December 3-6, 2012 as well as the Dallas, Texas marathon on December 7,8 2012.
Testimonials are pouring in from users that are thrilled with the results after using SlackLaces. Why is a simple shoelace making users giddy? There are numerous answers to that questions, but let’s explain what makes SlackLace so special.
The lace is made of elastic, so it compensates for all sorts of problems. As feet swell, the lace expands helping to alleviate pressure, eliminate bruising and it can compensate for braces and bandages. SlackLace has found a large following among athletes and as well those in the medical community from arthritis sufferers to amputees. The laces are designed to stay tied and the elasticity turns every shoe into a slip on. This also makes SlackLace a huge hit with parents and kids alike who don’t have to spend their lives tying up their shoes. The complete list of benefits and who is using SlackLaces can be found on our website: slacklace.com.
SlackLace was founded by necessity in Maryland. Bill Bechtold was watching his son rehearse a part in “Grease” at his high school. He saw that many of the young performers could not get the costume changes down swiftly enough, especially the shoe changes. He swapped out their regular laces for elastic ones that he fashioned and instantly every shoe became a slip on and took no time or effort to put on. Tie a shoe once and you’re done! SlackLace was born.
Our laces are made in the USA and are packaged by adults with developmental disabilities.
For more information, please contact Bill Bechtold at (410) 739-6113
CONTACT: Bill Bechtold
SlackLace LLC, Made in the USA
bill (at) slacklace (dot) com
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