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Learn More About "Mr. Cooler"

Jonesboro--  It's easy to say his invention is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration.  His name is Travis Lawrence and he has invented a device to keep you cool on the golf course this summer. 

    Lawrence's invention is called "Mr. Cooler".  It looks like an ordinary cooler with a couple exceptions.  This one is specifically designed to fit in that empty space underneath the basket of a golf cart.  It holds 18 12-ounce cans and can be opened from the top or the front.  It even has a couple pockets for your valuables and your cell phone, things that normally rattle around the cart when you are playing golf. 

    The other thing that sets this cooler apart is the "Mister" in "Mr. Cooler."  There is also a water mister that comes with the cooler.  Just fill it with water and mist yourself down on those sweltering Arkansas afternoons.

    Mr. Cooler is made right here in Arkansas and it sells for $29.99 and, Travis promises Mr. Cooler will help you enjoy your day golfing but he can't garauntee you'll shave strokes.

    To learn more about Mr. Cooler, you can contact Travis Lawrence at mistercooler1@hotmail.com.  And if you would like to get a subscription to Northeast Arkansas Business Today, contact Gary Harpole at garyharpole@sbcglobal.net.  You can also call the staff of NEABT at 935-6923.

 

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