Christar’s Net launch, preliminary thoughts…..

Posted: July 3, 2009 in Uncategorized

Greetings,

After a months worth of promoting our new idea, Christar’s Net, some thoughts come to mind. First of course are improvements. Our net will be shipping with a new fastener that will connect to the wall of your refrigerator elimination the need to use the suction cups we provided on our first revision. A Velcro fastener we shall call it. Customers who have bought from us on our initial thrust will be sent these new devices without anything done on your part. We have your addresses. We would like to thank you again for your patronage and commend you on taking a chance with our new product; we are doing the same!

As for this product and the feedback we have received, it has been overwhelming. Clearly half the people that visited our booth at the San Diego Boat show held January 8-11, 2009 and Quartzsite, Az., currently in progress, have stated it’s a wonderful idea.

If you are yet to see it, take a look at Christar’s Net.

It’s a net that’s been designed to fit your refrigerator in your RV, Boat, or Tractor Trailor, and keep your contents from spilling on to the floor when you open your refrigerator while on the road or at sea. It primarily fits Dometic and Norcold refrigerators.

So when you go to Glamis Dunes, head to the Sierra’s, spend a day on the ocean, you can open your refrigerator and know you will not be cleaning up any messes. No More Spills, No More Messes is our motto.

That’s all for now.

Thank you for visiting and reading, and may your travels be safer!

El Presidente

Christar’s Net

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