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Busy times! Have you seen the Tackoma Video? Well, here it is:
Kudos to Rick Baleros for filming and editing the video. Turned out pretty good if you ask me. And the feedback has been excellent. I’ve only shared with friends and family at the moment as we haven’t done any sort of marketing campaign. But there has been quite a bit of interest from people I don’t even know. That’s always a good sign.
Next up for Tackoma is putting together the Kickstarter campaign. The big test as to whether this product is something people want. I can say without any hesitation that it’s been a great help in my office. A singular place for my essential items that I need for that project for that day.
The other marketing area I am personally pushing hard is the 3D printing aspect of this project. Once you have the channel, you can print out hooks, holders, grippers, tools, etc that can clip right into the channel. Or make your own and print them, Completely personalize your creative space.Here are a few that I’ve printed out.
Anyway, just wanted to get a simple update out there.