Slave Lake, AB (PRWEB) August 25, 2014
Tug-Wise—a unique cable reel system—is attracting the attention of electricians countrywide with its growing social media campaign. Their revolutionary cable management system has given them the opportunity to get jobs done quicker, with less manual labor. Since the company took to Facebook and other avenues to garner attention from prospective electricians, they’ve seen an increase in sales.
Facebook fans shared their personal stories, agreeing that it is a very simple system to manage and offers various benefits compared to a standard machine, in addition to being more of an investment.
“Tug-Wise started with a need that I saw amongst the community for these manual jobs,” Emes said. “I knew electricians like myself could benefit from this, and sought to create a long-term solution.”
Tug-Wise is a high-quality system that was built to answer the struggles of electricians. The inventor, Jim Emes, was an electrician for 30 years prior and wanted to bring something to the market that he would have found useful himself. The Tug-Wise heavy duty cable reels are durable and can last for years in the worst of weather conditions. Two of its popular models hold between 500 to 1500 lbs. of weight, but customized models can sustain well over 6,000 lbs. Unlike a traditional cable management system, Tug-Wise allows users to have 360-degree pulling, instead of having to be moved manually and pointed in the direction of the pull.
About Tug-Wise: Created by founder and inventor Jim Emes, Tug-Wise operates a full service company that’s the best in wire and cable management systems. Offering several different spool types, ranging from light to heavy weight, Tug-Wise has the variety and quality to equip the needs of any customer.
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