Refreshment when needed...Immediately!
BEAVERCREEK, Ohio (PRWEB) August 25, 2020
There are at over 15 million U.S. residents who run at a competitive level and tens of million more who run regularly but non-competitively. Moreover, over 45 million U.S. residents are regular cyclists. It is well-known that regular hydration is essential for vigorous aerobic exercise like running or cycling. Particularly for those who engage in those activities outdoors, reaching for a bottle can be a logistical inconvenience and a significant distraction.
Runners, for example, who have to carry a bottle of water or electrolyte-rich refreshment may compromise the full range of motion of their arms and hands and may have to slow down somewhat to take a drink. As well, they have to take care to open and close the top of the bottle properly so as to prevent spillage. A longtime runner herself, inventor Jodi Moore conceived of a solution to this problem while she was on a run during a scorching Ohio summer afternoon several years ago.
Since then, Ms. Moore has not only patented but built that solution. Known as the Hydro Scarf, it consists of a disposable plastic “scarf” that can be filled with any kind of refreshing beverage (e.g. water, sports beverages, iced tea, etc.) and worn around the neck. Through an uptake tube that is kept near the wearer’s mouth, the device provides the wearer with immediate and hands-free access to the beverage stored in the scarf. In this manner, the Hydro Scarf is designed to provide a quicker and more convenient form of hydration and refreshment to millions of outdoor exercise enthusiasts.
Presently, Jodi Moore is in the process of reaching out to major drinking water and athletic refreshment companies about the benefits of the Hydro Scarf to runners, cyclists, other outdoor sports enthusiasts and even to those employed in landscaping and related industries. These consumer benefits, in turn, are poised to translate into significant additional market share for those beverage companies that adopt this invention.
Essentially, the Hydro Scarf is a new medium through which beverage companies can brand and sell their liquid refreshments. If your company would like to reach out to Ms. Moore, you may do so through the new Hydro Scarf website, HydroScarf.com (http://www.hydroscarf.com). There is a contact form along with direct contact information on the Contact Us page. As well, through that site, you can gain access to additional Hydro Scarf materials – including product photos, an animated product benefit video, and much more.