Apps That Make A Difference
One inventor turned her love for children into tech that will revolutionize the child safety industry
On average, 40 children die each year after accidentally being left in a hot car. This type of tragic accident is happening more often, and as our climate changes, who knows what type of heat waves we can expect in the coming years. Now there is a solution. Hot Seat was designed to prevent any more of these tragedies.
“Hot Seat” was invented and patented by Alissa Chavez, a young entrepreneur from Albuquerque, New Mexico. Alissa was raised by her mother, Anna Chavez, a childcare business owner. Alissa loved working with the children in her mother’s daycare, and they were a large part of the inspiration for “Hot Seat.” After hearing several stories of children dying after they were accidentally left in a hot car, she wanted to find a way to prevent these types of accidents.
I can tell you right now, this will be the gift to give in 2017! For $80 you can pre-order Hot Seat and it doesn’t just stop there. Alissa’s passion for safety and belief in her product has allowed her to offer the “Give and Get” promotion. With the new Give and Get promotion you can purchase a Hot Seat to be donated to a person who has requested to receive one, but cannot afford it. Together we can end this type of accident and help those who may be less fortunate. Learn more at www.babyhotseat.com.
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