San Diego, CA, March 19, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Craig Hicks, inventor and patentholder of the lock and concept, came up with the basic idea thirty years ago, according to son Brock Hicks. Brock Hicks stated in a recent interview, “he had his own jet boat that he built and while at a boat show, someone was demonstrating a locking concept for a trailer. My dad looked to his dad, my grandpa, and said, 'all you have to do is just unscrew the nut and the whole trailer can be lifted off of the hitch, and that’s that'.” Meaning of course, Craig Hicks knew and still knows that the now obsolete way to secure one’s trailer, is truly not secure.
Brock Hicks operates the company, he and his father patented this lock and the response from those who need a trailer/hitch lock, which truly includes anyone with a trailer who wants to prevent theft, according to Brock Hicks, has been “nothing short of amazing.” He continued, “people seem to be fascinated with the basic idea and truth, that the nut (without the RJ Lock) can be easily removed from the ball mount, and the trailer can be unsecured that way. They simply fascinated with the lock we provide, in terms of how it simply solves the prior problem of truly securing one’s hitch. The RJ Lock secures their equipment and is a true theft deterrent.” Father and son conveyed that they believe everyone with the typical hitch-ball and nut set up should own an RJ Lock.
It is a patented and unique, the product is available on Amazon.com year round. March 17, 2016 to March 20, 2016, the father and son team will be at The Del Mar Fairgrounds for the Fred Hall boat show and have locks available for purchase by the public. Hicks is prepared to do presentations as well, in an effort to demonstrate to the public how useful this unique lock is to secure one’s outdoor boating or camping equipment. The lock is “designed to fit all ball mounts,” according to Hicks. He concluded that there are in fact “other ball mounts out there where a nut is not utilized, but customers, in terms of the majority like the ball and nut set up for a reason.” He continued, “most have that set-up, so we did design this lock to fit universally.
Inventor, Craig Hicks and son, Director of Operations will also be in Las Vegas, NV in November as well for the SEMA show. According to the SEMA show website, www.semashow.com, the show draws an estimated 60,000 domestic and international buyers. The public may purchase a lock (s) direct from Hicks at the Del Mar Fairgrounds this week, March 17 through March 20, 2016, and the product is also currently available on Amazon.com, found here, http://www.amazon.com/RJ-Lock-replacement-Mount-Black/dp/B00YZ56RJE/ref=sr_1_1?s=automotive&ie=UTF8&qid=1458200829&sr=1-1&keywords=rj+lock. Brock Hicks is available for contact at firstname.lastname@example.org. His dad, Craig Hicks, a savvy inventor and designer of the RJ Locks, and his son, Brock are an effective duo at Robert James Innovations. It is a family based company, who according to both father and son, “represents good quality products available at effective price points, and we have the lock which has solved this security issue within the industry, once and for all.” Now, continued, Brock Hicks, “the boating enthusiasts and camping enthusiasts may keep their trailer secure, without anyone running off with their equipment.” Brock Hicks graduated from Cal State with a Bachelor’s in Business Administration and Operations Management.
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