Make it easy toothpaste caddy

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Make it easy toothpaste caddy narration to a video introducing it to the marketplace.

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Language

English

Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)

Accents

North American (General)

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meet John Baca, inventor and creator of the Make It Easy toothpaste dispenser, make it easy as a revolutionary handsfree tooth makes dispenser that works with just one touch. It's a great new way to dispense the perfect amount of toothpaste every time. With just a turn of the key, a nice, neat strip of toothpaste comes out instantly. The dispenser cleanly squeezes every available drop of toothpaste from the tube, completely eliminating bathroom mess. Make it easy users. No batteries or electricity. Plus, it's incredibly easy to set up and refill no more. Messi sinks. No more cleaning up after the kids or fighting over the last drop of toothpaste. The Make It Easy toothpaste dispenser was designed to provide aid for individuals with one arm or other such disabilities, but make it easy. Toothpaste Caddy is dedicated to helping mothers and fathers everywhere with teaching their Children to brush their teeth while maintaining a clean, sanitary and stress free environment. John Baca was born on the Mescalero Apache Reservation in New Mexico and grew up in so quartile Mexico. As a young man, he travel to California in order to find work. While traveling to California, he stopped at a bus stop, where he encountered a man with one arm who was trying to put toothpaste on his toothbrush. With little success, John offered to help and found its seeming the small act Help someone in need, this plant of the thought and John's minded. There had to be a better way, a better way for someone with a disability to accomplish what non disabled people take for granted each day, load toothpaste on their toothbrush. Years passed. Then one day, while he was at work, his two daughters started fighting over the toothpaste. They both wanted to hold the toothpaste first, to be the first to brush their teeth. The argument escalated when the oldest daughter took the tube of toothpaste and emptied its contents right on the top of her sister's head and John thought to himself. There has to be a better way, a better way for his Children to brush their teeth without creating such a mess and without arguing. So John started to invent. First, he cut pieces of plastic and glued them together, forming a crude but workable toothpaste holder, and he improved it and he improved it. John continued to search for ideas and ways to create the perfect toothpaste, all in one catty. To this end, he has created the Make it easy Toothpaste. Caddy John solved a problem, but he can't solve this one. John needs your support. To take is to face caddy into production by funding to make it easy Toothpaste Caddy. You will not only fund a great toothpaste dispenser, but you will help bring a product that creates an easier, more convenient way for people to brush their teeth to the market.