The website industry is worth $20 billion,” says Scott Cooper, CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing. "Consumers are becoming more and more interested in devices that provide multiple functions, so the industry is heading in that direction.
Miami, FL (PRWEB) August 25, 2016
World Patent Marketing, a vertically integrated manufacturer and engineer of patented products, introduces Memories Lost and Found, a website invention that is used to help people locate missing items.
“The website industry is worth $20 billion,” says Scott Cooper, CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing. "Consumers are becoming more and more interested in devices that provide multiple functions, so the industry is heading in that direction."
“People lose things every day. It’s unfortunate, but it’s true,” says Jerry Shapiro, Director of Manufacturing and World Patent Marketing. “This website invention was specifically created for people like that. It links people who have lost prized possessions with people that have found items of sentimental value, in the hopes of connecting them together.”
Memories Lost and Found is a website invention that will help people locate treasured possessions that they may have lost. During a move or a garage sale, many items can be easily misplaced. This can lead to people losing important and valued items that they’ve had for years and have a special meaning to them. This is a horrible situation for anyone. However, if someone loses something, it’s just as likely that someone else found it, and that thing will have no sentimental value to them. This invention will help people connect with others that may have found objects like these and allow them to negotiate a return. This helps both sides as one person will regain their precious possession and the other person will get rid of meaningless clutter while being able to help someone else. This is an amazing idea for people who have a lot of valued possessions.
"I came up with this idea out of my own personal need to find a family Bible that was lost after the death of my great grandmother,” says inventor Joni T. “I felt like no one who had found an item like that would throw it away but I had no clue to go about finding it. Then, I thought that there would be no better instrument than the internet to connect people who have found items that mean nothing to them with people who have lost things that mean the world to them. I think it could really help a variety of people. Some of whom may not have ever even thought of the possibility of being able to restore a treasured memory, in the form of a sentimental item, to their family.”
Memories Lost and Found is a website invention that helps people find long lost items that have sentimental value.
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