Thursday, June 19, 2008

Kitchen Inventors Receive Awards at America’s Largest Invention Show

INPEX®, America’s Largest Invention Trade Show, announced several awards at the closing awards dinner for the 2008 trade show. Inventors David Cass, of Greensburg, Pa., Inez Lee, of Memphis, Tenn. and Ron Pocorcus of Latrobe, Pa., exhibited their inventions June 11-14, at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in downtown Pittsburgh.

The inventions run the gamut from concept to finished product, from high-tech to ‘why didn’t I think of that’ items. Awards were presented in categories ranging from advertising to transportation as well as special awards from corporations and individuals. An international jury judged the inventions. The following individuals won awards in the Kitchen Category:

• David Cass – Bronze Medal for GadgetTree, a kitchen gadget that stores and hangs cooking and serving utensils.
• Inez Lee – Silver Medal for The Innovative Cake Cutter, a cake cutter that cuts cake safely and easily. Inez also won the Tupperware Award.
• Ron Pocorcus – Gold Medal for the Easy Off Tongs, uniquely designed tongs that allow food to be served with one hand.

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