Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man: Yard Safety Wristbands

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Richard Mudrinich, Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man™, has created the Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man Wristbands™ to promote yard safety awareness.

Richard Mudrinich, Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man™, has created the Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man Wristbands™ to promote yard safety awareness. "I created a nice-looking colorful silicone wristband design to draw attention to yard safety awareness," shares Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man™.

Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man™ is a caped crusader and yard safety super hero working tirelessly to prevent lawn mower accidents and to promote yard safety. "Please wear the Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man Wristbands™. I want to rescue people and animals from getting hurt due to a yard accident. I want to find a cure for yard accidents through research and to create awareness through education and entertainment. I seek to collaborate with various organizations to promote yard safety awareness," shares Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man™.

Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man™ is a renaissance yardman, utilizing various art forms to communicate his safety message, including the design of Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man Wristbands™. "I want to educate and entertain the general public regarding the importance of yard safety. Lawn mower accidents happen in a split-second, often resulting in life-altering outcomes that sometimes include amputation. I learned this from first-hand experience when I amputated part of my left foot while cutting the grass," shares Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man™. "Please wear the Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man Wristbands™ to pass along the yard safety message so that people and animals do not get hurt. Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man™ is here today so that yard accidents go away."

Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man™ wants to create awareness regarding the frequency and severity of lawn mower accidents and to promote preventive measures to rescue individuals and families from the dreaded experience associated with yard accidents. Each year, there are about 100,000 lawn mower accidents. Furthermore, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) reports that hospital emergency rooms treat more than 400,000 outdoor garden-tool-related accidents each year. Estimates from past statistics indicate that yard work accidents fatally injure more than 3,000 people. According to Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man™, "Think before you cut. It hurts. Be yard safe. Be a yard safety crusader. Wear the Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man Wristbands™."

About Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man™

Richard Mudrinich, Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man™, is an artist and entrepreneur with a social conscience. He is an advocate and promoter of yard safety as the first yard safety super hero in the history of the world - a green hero. Also, he is an inventor and innovator of various yard safety products and services. He is an able disabled person. He strives to win the Nobel Prize to validate his innovative approach to rescue people and animals from yard accidents. He is a renaissance yardman, utilizing various art forms to communicate his safety message. In addition, he is the Founder of the Society of Lawn Mower Amputee Friends and the Yard Safety Crusaders. He graduated from the Carnegie Mellon Tepper School of Business (MBA) and the Pennsylvania State University (Bachelor of Science - Chemical Engineering). He has maintained a steady passion for entrepreneurship and social ventures for several years, including serving as a volunteer with the Carnegie Mellon Entrepreneurship Network, Junior Achievement, and the MIT Enterprise Forum. He lives in Hermitage, Pennsylvania. Please visit the Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man™ website (http://www.rescuerick.com) for additional information.

Contact information:

Richard T. Mudrinich
Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man
2122 South Hermitage Road
Hermitage, Pennsylvania 16148-5954
United States of America
(703) 851-9105
http://www.rescuerick.com

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