It all started in a parking lot with frustrated kids and parents. Why does the walk to the chair lift have to be so difficult, and why has no one solved this problem yet?
Meet Madeline and Zachary. Two kids with one great idea, “the ski pack.” They initially developed a prototype for a Destination Imagination project. One day “testing” the packs at the slopes proved their idea was more than a fun adventure. Multiple families approached the kids asking where they purchased the ski pack. Zachary and Madeline’s parents decided it was time to take “The Ski Pack” a step further by securing a patent and starting a business.
This is truly by kids, and for kids. “The Ski Pack” is a product that allows people of all ages to carry their skis, hands-free, while walking to the chair lift. It’s been tested at slopes in Colorado, and now has a patent pending. That’s right, 4th graders have a patent pending!
It all begins with an idea.