St. Louis, MO. (PRWEB) June 19, 2012
Not only do household projects arise often, but they can become costly and consume a large amount of time. The Republican Tool Box Co., LLC introduces the new Obama Tool Box, which offers a variety of tools that have practical purposes, but wouldn't be found on the shelves of a local hardware store. Their concept is simple --- if you can't fix it, rig it! Ultimately, this tool box is specifically inspired by President Obama's three-year presidential term, in which the theme is carried throughout the entire box.
The Obama Tool Box provides consumers a useful tool box that makes household projects easy to fix and in no time! This tool box contains over 100 useful items created exclusively to save time & money while addressing the thousands of unpredictable household occurrences that many Americans incur. All of the items included in this tool box have multiple uses and are simple by nature. Lastly to coordinate with their Obama Tool Box theme, each tool box is presented with an official Obama Tool Box birth certificate.
This tool box contains commonly-used tools and completely un-conventional items for the exclusive purpose of providing every American with the ability to successfully fix or rig the tens of thousands of daily occurrences that they may need that special creative solution for. It's ideal for any home, office or vehicle.
The Obama Tool Box is all inclusive with professionally-drawn characters of President Obama himself accompanying each unique item depicting a comical theme illustrated by the item. The tool box itself is made of a durable heavy-duty impact resistant plastic and in the United States. Some of the items included in the Obama tool box are: claw hammer, multi-head screw driver, duct tape, bailing wire, super glue, zip ties, bungee cord, tape measuring device, box cutter, pencil, ear plugs, toothpicks, rubber bands, plentiful assortment of nails, screws, wall anchors, nuts, bolts, washers, proposed funnel, water balloons, hose clamps and of course bubble gum.
To learn more about this household product, visit http://www.Obamatoolbox.com.