The Dual-Mate™ Travel Highchair and Infant Carrier Stand solves all of the common complaints of traditional infant carrier slings or hammocks and at a very competitive price.
Spartanburg, South Carolina (PRWEB) January 31, 2013
“Purchasers of the Dual-Mate™ Travel Highchair have let us know that in addition to using the Hollett™ portable highchair for travel or vacationing, parents find great comfort in using the Dual-Mate™ Travel Highchair in restaurants,” commented Lisa Hollett, President of Hollett Baby “Many restaurants have single-use toddler highchairs, but have shied away from and/or eliminated infant carrier slings because many parents and restaurant managers consider the sling or hammock type of infant carrier stand as being too flimsy and not tall enough to be at table height,” continued Hollett.
“Increasing numbers of parents and managers of major restaurant chains understand that when a highchair is inverted, it not only becomes very top-heavy and all the weight balances on a narrow base, but when larger infant carriers are forced between the highchair legs, the joints become weakened over this repeated abuse and misuse of the unit,” continued Hollett. Thus, when the same highchair is then used for its intended purpose (to safely hold a toddler), not only is the integrity of the highchair structure compromised by its loose legs, but the toddler is in direct contact with germs from the restaurant floor. The practice of inverting a highchair to hold a baby in an infant carrier is without a doubt an accident waiting to happen and only creates additional liability concerns for restaurants.
“The Dual-Mate™ Travel Highchair and Infant Carrier Stand solves all of the common complaints of traditional infant carrier slings or hammocks and at a very competitive price,” said Stephen Hollett. The product is very stable and durable, but weighs a mere 7.5 lbs. When used in either mode, the baby in the car seat or the toddler is at table height so adults can easily tend to the child. The patented highchair accommodates all major brands of infant carriers or car seats, which can be securely placed in either a horizontal position for when the baby is sleeping or in a more upright position for when the baby is awake. The Hollett™ Travel Highchair is simple to convert from an infant carrier stand to a toddler highchair for when an extra highchair is needed. When not in use, units fold and store easily.
About Hollett, Inc.
Hollett, Inc. is a family owned business located in Spartanburg, SC. The company was founded on one simple principle: offer families and restaurants safe, simple to use, and stylish high chairs and accessories that help make the dining experience more enjoyable. http://www.hollettbaby.com
Stephen Hollett, CEO of Hollett, Inc. invented and patented two high chairs for use in the home, while traveling, and in restaurants. The Travel Dual-Mate™ is the only portable and foldable travel high chair that safely holds an infant carrier and easily converts to hold a toddler, making it ideal for: vacationing, camping, picnicking, visiting friends or relatives, or in a restaurant that may not understand the importance of providing safe seating accommodations for babies and toddlers. In addition to the portable highchair, the Dual-Mate™ highchair will be offered in wood, aluminum, and plastic. The Hollett™ product line also includes customizable seat covers.
Mr. Hollett, a former resident of Winston-Salem, NC, holds an M.B.A. from the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida and a B.S.B.A. from East Carolina University in Greenville, NC. Lisa Hollett, President of Hollett, Inc. studied mass communications at the University of South Carolina, Upstate and has fifteen years of experience in working with young children and their families while staying current on the latest trends in childcare. For additional information on Hollett, Inc. or its products, contact:
Stephen Hollett, CEO [stephen at hollettbaby dot com] or
Lisa Hollett, president [lisa at hollettbaby dot com] or
visit their website at http://www.hollettbaby.com.
Toll-Free (888) 632-6982 or (864) 285-0171