New Web Site for Labor’Lert Handheld Contraction Stopwatch Launched by Tri-Con Development

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Trish Conley, President of Tri-Con Development, LLC, announced today that the Web site of the company's patent pending Labor'Lert™ contraction stopwatch is fully operational. Driven by strong demand, the Web site will provide immediate information about the product. The site was launched following the timer’s strong demand at the ABC Kids Expo in Las Vegas.

Trish Conley, President of Tri-Con Development, LLC, announced today the unveiling of the company's Labor'Lert™ contraction stopwatch Web site. The Web site, http://www.laborlert.com , was created following the tremendous response received from retailers at the ABC Kids Expo this past week in Las Vegas.

The Labor'Lert™ stopwatch received an amazing response from major American and international retailers, international distributors and manufacturers’ representatives, Conley said. “It was clear following the show that Labor'Lert™ needed its own site where people could get more information about the product.

“The Labor'Lert™ was placed in the innovative new products area of the show,” Conley said. “We heard constantly from buyers that they had specifically sought out our booth after shopping the new products display. At one point, my husband was stopped by a buyer who asked ‘Are you wearing the 'Lert'? Tell me about it!’ By the time he finished, a crowd of five others had gathered around to hear about it. That's when I knew I had to get the Web site operational. While there are more improvements to come, http://www.laborlert.com should address the most commonly asked questions.”

The Labor'lert™ is the first and only handheld stopwatch that times and records the length and distance apart of a woman's labor contraction pains. The unit is operated by pressing a button at the onset of the beginning of a labor pain and again at the end of the pain. The built in computer then automatically calculates and displays the length, frequency, and number of contractions the woman has had. After three contractions, the unit displays the averages for those statistics. When not in use as a contraction timer, the unit displays a continuous countdown to the baby's due date.

Labor'Lert™ will be sold in a 12 piece counter display unit. The unit is patented, medically endorsed and includes a battery and lanyard.
For more information about the Labor’Lert handheld contraction stopwatch, visit the product’s new site at http://www.laborlert.com.

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