SOURCE: DripCatch, LLC

March 20, 2014 09:15 ET

Safety Innovator, DripCatch™, Expands Product Test Program to Food Service Providers Nationwide

Direct Purchase and Discounted Pricing on DripCatch's Snap-On Glass Rack Basin Available to Program Participants

SEATTLE, WA--(Marketwired - Mar 20, 2014) -  DripCatch, Inc. announced today that, for a limited time, it intends to make its labor saving & kitchen safety product available, at a discount, to catering and food service providers who participate in the product's test program.

The purpose of the test "pilot" program is to familiarize food service providers with the multiple benefits of DripCatch's snap-on glass rack basin and to get user feedback for marketing and product development. A short video describing the uses and benefits of DripCatch is available by clicking the "See DripCatch in Action" button on the Company's home page at: www.DripCatch.com 

According to 24 year-old DripCatch inventor and CEO, Alexandra Abraham, "We want to expand our product test program from a few select restaurants and hotels in the Seattle area to all food beverage providers who routinely use glass racks in their operations. We believe, if they try it, they'll immediately appreciate its ease of use, time saving and safety benefits. It's the most cost effective and practical solution to dripping glass racks on the market."

Two-time James Beard Award winner, restaurateur, and radio talk show host, Tom Douglas describes the benefits of DripCatch this way, "It's great to find a product that makes you smack your head and go 'Perfect! That's just what we need!' It keeps our floors drier, our employees and customers safer, the restaurant cleaner and me happier ... win win win."

Food & beverage services providers interested in participating in the test program can purchase DripCatch directly for $29.99 on the Company's website at: http://www.dripcatch.com/buy-dripcatch/

About DripCatch™
When business student Alexandra Abraham slipped on a wet hotel kitchen floor while catering an event, she resolved to fix the problem for commercial kitchens everywhere. Taking a leave from Seattle University's Albers School of Business, Alexandra designed, prototyped a patented a product that would prevent excess water from leaking or spilling from glass racks. Now in production at Cashmere Molding, a green manufacturing plant located in Woodinville, WA, DripCatch™ is being hailed as the most effective and affordable way to dramatically reduce the number of slip-and-fall incidents. Alexandra founded the Company with support from her family, friends and local investors in 2011.

DripCatch™ is an exclusive trademark of DripCatch, Inc.

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