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The Super Rope Cinch, a device that eliminates the need to tie and untie knots when securing items with rope, has just received patent number 8225463 from the United States Patent and Trademark
The patented Super Rope Cinch device that allows anyone to tie and untie rope without using a knot is now available at Sears.com. Brentwood, TN (PRWEB) July
CampingSurvival.com has announced the launch of a new social media hub geared to women interested in being proactive in home care and safety.
Just Right Products LLC has launched what it hopes will be a viral media campaign to promote its patented Super Rope Cinch knot tying device.
Double Sleeping Bag Shop gets involved in the summer sales! Savvy shoppers waiting until the summer sales before they update their camping equipment and double sleeping bags for their 2012 camping
The Super Rope Cinch, a device that eliminates the need to tie and untie knots, is now available at Home Depot.
A 5000 person survey by Travelodge in June found the popularity of the ‘staycation’ is still rising, leading more people to discover adventure holidays in the UK which feature camping and
Orgill Inc, one of the nation's largest hardware distributors is now distributing the patented Super Rope Cinch knot-tying device.
The Skillets & More CEO, Jerry McGahan, recently announced that their website is expanding its selection of cooking products.
With the start of summer upon us, we start thinking of things to do on the weekend and how to keep the kids busy. Here are a few things that may just help accomplish that and also to stay safe during this summer. #1 Weather is always a big player in whichever season it maybe, but the summer is a when the United States experiences some of its most severe weather such as Tornadoes and Hurricanes. The best tip for this is to be prepared. If the National Weather Service issues a watch or...
Morse code is a form of textual transmission as a series of on-off tones, lights, or clicks that are interpreted by a skilled listener. International Morse Code encodes the Roman alphabet, Arabic numerals, and a small set of punctuation as standardized sequences of short and long "dots" and "dashes". Since many non-English languages have more than 26 letters there are extensions to the Morse alphabet. The speed of Morse code is measure in WPM. A dot is one "on" element followed by an off...
- A woman chauffeur.
- A woman who operates an automobile.