GoPilot Inventor Dr. James Kolter Will Be Featured on ‘The Daily Buzz' January 4th

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The Pennsylvania doctor who developed The GoPilot (http://www.TheGoPilot.com), an invention that lets travelers take a bathroom break without leaving their vehicles, is scheduled to be featured Jan. 4th on “The Daily Buzz,” a popular syndicated program that airs across the United States.

When Dr. James Kolter got stuck in traffic outside Philadelphia, he didn’t realize that inconvenient episode would inspire him to create The GoPilot (http://www.TheGoPilot.com), a practical product that lets travelers take a bathroom break without leaving the car.

Now GoPilot’s budding reputation is taking the doctor/inventor to the Florida studio of “The Daily Buzz,” a popular syndicated program that airs in 170 markets across the United States.

The show, currently in its 10th season, is hosted by Andy Campbell, Andrea Jackson, Kia Malone and Mitch English.

“I’m thrilled,” Kolter said of the opportunity to share success stories about the invention he calls “The Rest Stop When There's No Stop In Sight.”

Kolter is traveling from Pennsylvania to Florida for Jan. 4th taping.

“It will air nationally 6 a.m.-9 a.m. with tape delays in the cities where the (time) zones change,” said the show’s Matt Doolittle, adding that “the segment will be streaming live on our website (http://www.DailyBuzzNation.com).”

For locations, stations and times, visit http://DailyBuzzNation.com/local-stations. Arrangements will be made to post a video of the segment on The GoPilot website, the doctor said.

Interviewing Kolter for the show will be host Andy Campbell, a New York native who has toured the nation as a comedy headliner and appeared regularly in Washington, D.C., Los Angeles and New York before joining “The Daily Buzz.”

“The GoPilot is a portable hand-held urinal for travelers and motorists,” explained its inventor, a well-respected physician from eastern Pennsylvania, who sees the product as an ideal addition to in-car emergency kits for truckers, campers, boaters, hunters, traveling sales representatives, families on road trips, tailgaters and pilots.

“The need is as universal as there are circumstances,” the doctor said.

GoPilot is approximately 9 inches long and 6 inches wide. It consists of a durable, quart-sized container with a flexible accordion-style neck inlet and a convenient tethered cap. Antiseptic cleanser is included for easy cleanup and sanitizing.

“It is very light weight and comes in a cloth bag that makes storage under a car seat easy,” its inventor said, “and the bag also makes a great privacy shield.”

The handy product is currently being made available at a special “Introductory Offer” price of $29.95 – plus shipping, handling and applicable taxes.

“The GoPilot is also very helpful for people with an overactive bladder or prostate condition,” Dr. Kolter said. “Furthermore, it’s ideal for any medical condition that limits mobility, such as post-operative recovery, chronic neurological illnesses –like Parkinson's disease, stroke or ALS – or any condition that confines one to a wheelchair or bed.”

For more information about The GoPilot, visit http://www.TheGoPilot.com, write to GoPilot, 100 Osprey Way, Phoenixville, PA, 19460-1072, or call (610) 205-9158.

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