Using the Landing Loop, I was able to capture the cleat and maneuver my boat like a pro
Franklin Park, IL (PRWEB) March 7, 2011
WHAT: Boaters in the U.S. and overseas are gearing up for the season with innovative products that make their favorite pastime safer and easier. The Landing Loop is rapidly building a reputation among boaters who say they “don’t know how I lived without it.” This extendable, lightweight docking device lets boaters tie up safely and effortlessly. No more leaning over the boat; no more dockside injuries. (One boater even claims the Landing Loop saved his marriage by eliminating the tension associated with docking their boat!)
The Landing Loop online catalog just expanded with the addition of a Solar Rail Light, a sturdy light that can be easily installed to the railing of a boat. It turns off and on automatically and has an integrated solar panel for automatic recharging. There’s also a manual OFF/ON switch so it can be turned off for navigation. It’s an ideal night-time safety item for boaters – and a great accompaniment to the Landing Loop. The items are sold separately.
Another popular Landing Loop item you may already know about is the Snap Stretcher, which makes those shrunken canvas boat covers infinitely easier to snap into place.
HOW: To use the Landing Loop, boaters simply make a slip knot at the end of their docking line. They extend the pole as needed, place the frame over the cleat, piling or post and pull the line tight. The Solar Rail Light easily attaches to a boat rail.
WHY: The Landing Loop is a useful, easily stored tool for boaters of all ages - especially in high winds, fast currents and choppy waters. Allen Greenberg invented the product after watching too many people struggle to dock their boats. After introducing the Landing Loop to an eager market, Allen decided to continue filling the void for boating tools, gifts and gadgets. Today, he and his business partner operate their growing business online, with customers from all over the U.S. and Australia.
WHERE: Boaters across the U.S. and Australia are shopping the Landing Loop’s online catalog at http://www.landingloop.com.
WHO: The Landing Loop was co-founded by two seniors with a passion for boating and a head for innovation:
- Allen Greenberg, a 70-year-old retired businessman from the retail carpet industry.
- Roger Leyden, a 78-year-old inventor and manufacturer with numerous U.S. patents.
Landing Loop’s co-founders intend to continue expanding the catalog with quality products that improve the leisure lives of boaters everywhere.
About Landing Loop
Landing Loop was founded with a mission of providing quality, innovative products that improve the leisure lives of boaters everywhere. The Landing Loop’s namesake product is leading the way in boat dock safety by making it easy to tie up to the dock without leaning over the water. A full catalog of items is available online, including unique gifts and gadgets for boaters of all ages. For more information, visit http://www.landingloop.com or call (800) 250-9545.
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