Flying Aluminum Beverage Can Becomes Flight for Life

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Greg Stromberg Founder of Toobee International an all American green toy manufacturer has a mission and is counting on this Cyber Monday to help him save even more children’s lives in developing countries.

Toobee Package


Stromberg says this maybe the longest going unknown fad in the world.

The all American Manufactured Made all aluminum 100% recyclable green toy called the Toobee, better known as an annular airfoil was developed by 2 aeronautical engineers over 40 years ago and believe it or not, it is still flying. This product is made from a virgin aluminum beverage can and end with the same precision engineering as a Boeing 737, accept it cost a lot less, weighs a mere 7 grams and is much smaller. It does fly with the same aerodynamic (Bernoulli’s) principle.

Greg Stromberg the owner of the Patented and copyrighted Toobee with its own (TAF) Toobee AirForce jokes about this as being the “longest going unknown fad in the world”. He says it has literally been flying under the radar. People who played with these toys 40 years ago are coming back and asking if they can still buy one, now that they have their own kids.
Greg takes 100% of all his the profits from the sale of Toobees and plows them right back into his nonprofit 501C3 charity called cannedwater4kids whose mission and purpose is to ensure all children in the world have clean drinking water.

About Toobee International
Toobee International is the manufacturer of Toobee(R) the Amazing
Flying Can. Based near Milwaukee, Wisconsin. For more
information, visit the company's website at: or

About CannedWater4Kids
CannedWater4Kids is a 501c3 nonprofit charity based in Sussex, WI.
The organization’s mission is to bring clean, safe water to the children of the world who are currently without. CW4K funds it’s initiatives with cash donations and sales of their premium spring water product. 95 cents of every dollar collected goes to support clean water programs. Recent efforts include sending water to Japan and Haiti to aid in their Post-Earthquake Water Shortage, assisting the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee's Engineers Without Borders in bringing water purification solutions to the highlands of Guatemala, support of a well/water tank project in Zambia, Africa, and Bio Sand Filters project in Tanzania. To learn more, visit

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