Dec 29, 2021
As a teen, Stacey had started her first business in the earthmoving business, where she worked in heavy equipment operations and material processing applications. To her, experience is priceless. And she used this experience in earthmoving and an inventor's mentality to invent the first sandbag machine that was invaluable during floods.
Stacey feels she always had a creative ability. After becoming a grandma, she noticed that her grandchild (and other kids) were not getting enough tummy and crawling time crucial to a child’s development. She remembered a developmental mobility device for infants called the Crawligator from the 60s and 70s. Stacey went on a search for the Crawligator to help her granddaughter. This search eventually led her to revive the Crawligator and relaunch it for a new generation of children.
In the first part, she talked about:
* Overview of the brand
* Her background
* What motivated her to start dirt business
* Her sandbag machine
* Reviving Crawligator
For more on Kiddy Crawler, visit: https://www.thecrawligator.com/
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