From hardware to ear wear: Stamford m...

From hardware to ear wear: Stamford man designs screw jewelry

There are 2 comments on the Stamford Advocate story from Feb 12, 2009, titled From hardware to ear wear: Stamford man designs screw jewelry. In it, Stamford Advocate reports that:

It wasn't that John Clapps had a screw loose, rather it was a screw lost that spurred his ride into entrepreneurialism.

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David

Miami Beach, FL

#1 Feb 13, 2009
Wow, a cool product! I am 61 & not a biker but I am lining up to buy.
Very creative

Clifton, NJ

#2 Feb 13, 2009
Very creative idea. There is a market out there for people who want unique, yet subtle, ways to add creativity to their everyday dress.

There is a higher-volume website that sells jewelry similar to this, called uncommongoods. If he is interested in expanding his market, it might be a good place to see if he could contract with them. They seem to sell a lot of unique jewelry made out of "odds and ends." It's the first place I thought of when I saw this article. It could give him a lot of exposure to new customers.

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