Valet Product Line Supports Disabled Veterans with Unique, Revolutionary Assisted Living Devices

Veterans are at the very top of the list of concern for Valet Product Line, http://www.shoebootvalet.com, said owner Trent Morris- a veteran. VPL’s mission is to make life easier for every veteran possible with their “one of a kind” products that ease the pain and increase independence for our heroes.

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“Our products can make life easier and help give veterans back some of the independence they lost serving our country. VPL will be offering special pricing for our veterans in need.” Trent Morris, CEO, Valet Product Line.

Tulsa, OK (PRWEB) July 29, 2014

According to the US Department of Veterans Affairs, there are 24 million veterans (men and women) in the US. Approximately 7.5 million have disabilities, 882,000 are service related and 9.2 million veterans are over 65 yrs old. Valet Product Line manufacturers the revolutionary Shoe Boot Valet, http://www.shoebootvalet.com, which is the only device specifically designed to assist the elderly, disabled and mobility challenged pull on and take off their footwear with no bending or reaching required. This is a huge benefit for millions of veterans with mobility issues, major orthopedic surgeries and dozens of other disabling maladies. The SBV even has a patented and attached bootjack that removes any shoe or boot with ease. VPL, also, recently patented the “Sock Valet” which will be the only sock donning device with a gripping mechanism that allows the person to pull on and take off their socks/compression hosiery with no bending or reaching required. No other product on the market will come close to this utility. The Sock Valet will be available later this year.

The Shoe Boot Valet is truly unique and one of a kind. VPL is in the process of educating the 50 million plus people in the US who need this service and has produced a video that demonstrates the use of this revolutionary device, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tKSXwpW1fEw. Distributors and consumers worldwide are taking notice, showing interest and purchasing the SBV.

Morris, CEO and owner, is a veteran and passionate about taking care of our disabled veterans. VPL is in the process of contacting veterans’ organizations and sending them the videos and information about the SBV. VPL will soon be offering preferred volume pricing and other assistance for veterans with emphasis on our young heroes who have recently suffered severe injuries from service to our country.

The Valet Product Line is located in Tulsa, OK and manufactures unique assisted living devices for the millions of elderly, mobility challenged, rehab and dozens of other maladies that restrict bending and reaching. Our flagship product, the Shoe Boot Valet, is the only device with a gripping mechanism specifically designed to effectively assist in putting on and taking off footwear. The SBV, also, has an attached patented bootjack that removes any shoe or boot with ease. The newly patented “Sock Valet” will be out later this year and has a gripping mechanism that pulls socks and/or compression hosiery over the foot, ankle and up the calf with little to no bending or reaching required. To read more about these unique and desperately needed devices and see a demonstration video, go to http://www.shoebootvalet.com/, phone (918) 493-9464 or email trent(at)shoebootvalet(dot)com.


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