Seattle, WA, February 02, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Brad Griffith, owner of IMPACT Product Development & Marketing LLC from Sequim, Washington, has invented and will introduce his latest creation, Craft Stick Bending™, at the Puget Sound Popsicle Stick Bridge Building Competition being held at the Boeing Museum of Flight in Seattle on February 11, 2012.
Craft Stick Bending™, (wwwcraftstickbending.com), is the new art, craft and engineering of bending, molding and shaping craft wood of all kinds, for the purpose of making crafts, toys, gifts and more. “In more than three years of research and development, we have discovered nothing similar in terms of developing these kinds of skills and passion to inspire creativity in young minds,” said Griffith. “Our how-to tips and tricks DVD will show an all new twist to gift and craft making.” Local and national craft stores, hobby shops and
web sites will carry the DVDs.
Craft Stick Bending™ is sponsoring the Bridge Building Competition by providing the 40 thousand food grade, made in the USA popsicle sticks used in this engineering feat. High School teams from western Washington will make popsicle stick bridges and test them in a hydraulic press smashing hours of hard work. See more information and photos at seattleASCE.org.
Griffith hopes that future competitors will use his bending skills to build the popsicle stick bridges of the future. “Our goal here at Craft Stick Bending™ is to inspire and encourage young minds towards the S.T.E.M. fields to create tomorrow’s engineers.”
See their videos on YouTube ("Craft Stick Bending Videos") For more information or interviews please use the contact information above.
IMPACT Product Development & Marketing, LLC