The confidence is there, the business experience is not. I work full time as a service manager in the construction equipment industry. I have very good "people" skills and work very hard at anything I do in life in general. Coolerwagon has been a dream & passion without much financial support it deserves. My tone in posts is due to humbleness.I believe confidence can be sometimes viewed as arrogance. I find most people will not help this type, and I definitely need help.
"How will Coolerwagon improve peoples lives, and what major problem does it solve?"
OK, I am not a marketing expert but here an idea of what this product could solve:
1- Going to the beach or park- family of 4 who lives say 5 miles from their destination. they want to bring a cooler, maybe a tent, chairs, toys & towels. Lets say the destination is 500 yard from the parking lot. The wagon is packed in the trunk along with the other items, its then assemble easily, items packed onto the wagon, then off to the destination. Imagine mom holding 1 year old in her arms, holding the hand of her 4 year old and bringing up the rear the moms 7 year old pulling the 200 lb Coolerwagon with ease.
2- A tool around the house- moving heavy items such as garden, landscape materials, fire wood, groceries. I am sure uses would multiply once the product was owned.
3- Hunting- camo version, help hunters move catch from woods to vehicle instead of dragging.
4- Camping- again, some sites are a distance from where you park ( I suppose most you park your car where you camp) . however, some years ago, when my son was a cub scout, we camped out locally here on Long Island on the north fork. we walked with our gear for almost a mile before we came to our camping area.
so tell me, is Coolerwagon helping in these situations?
As far as the marketing video, please send me an e-mail- I will send you a log on. I apologize I have to do it this way. I promise all the people we interviewed that the video would not be posted publicly and would only be shown to interested parties.
Send requests to: kenh at coolerwagon dot com
coolwagonman1/21/2009 7:18 AM