Cordova, TN (PRWEB) March 25, 2006
How often do you encourage your children to draw all over the walls in your home? And what are the chances that, if you go and write all over the walls in your boss’s office, you won’t get fired? Finally, what if a student took a marker and filled up the wall of his classroom with his artwork? Respectively, the answers to these questions are probably “never,” “slim to none,” and “expulsion for vandalizing school property.”
That is, until this week, when a Memphis-based company introduced its groundbreaking new technology, Markee Dry Erase Paint, at a press conference Friday. According to the company, Markee is the world’s only dry erase paint. It goes on completely clear and allows virtually any surface to become fully dry-erasable.
Company representatives assured that Markee has no overpowering odor like several of the failed dry erase paints of other companies. In addition, Markee is as easy to apply as interior paint and a better value than whiteboards or dry erase wallpaper. The company asserted that Markee Dry Erase Paint is an ideal dry erase solution for businesses, parents, and schools.
Several examples were given at the press conference for creating endless possibilities with Markee. For example, they said that parents who want to encourage creativity in their children could make their playroom a “Markee Room,’ meaning that the entire room is painted in dry erase. Businesses and classrooms could also benefit from having “Markee Rooms,” or simply designated Markee areas.
For more information about Markee Dry Erase Paint and examples for how to use it, visit http://www.dryerasepaint.com or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.