Automotive Inventors Receives Awards at America’s Largest Invention Show
Largest Invention Trade Show, announced several awards at the closing awards dinner for the 2008 trade show. Inventors Brian Seagriff, of Smithtown, N.Y. and Terry Evans, of Charlotte, N.C., exhibited their inventions June 11-14, at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in downtown Pittsburgh.
The inventions run the gamut from concept to finished product, from high-tech to ‘why didn’t I think of that’ items. Awards were presented in categories ranging from advertising to transportation as well as special awards from corporations and individuals. An international jury judged the inventions. The following individuals won awards in the Automotive Category:
• Brian Seagriff – Silver Medal for Safety Lug Light, a hands-free light that holds the lug nuts while changing a tire or working on a vehicle.
• Terry Evans – Gold Medal for AlertUs – a warning system to alert oncoming travelers of a disabled or parked vehicle from up to 1,000 meters away.
Additional information about the inventors and the inventions are available. A complete list of category awards is available. Please contact Chrissa Chverchko for additional information at (800) 424-2089, x4151.
INPEX®, The Invention Show, is a unique trade show that showcases all types of new products and innovations that are available to business and industry. INPEX® is sponsored by InventHelp® America’s leading inventor service company. For more information about these inventors or INPEX®, call (888) 54-INPEX or visit www.inpex.com.