LOS ANGELES, CA, March 02, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The Purrch, a new and patented mono pod seating device, just launched a crowd-funding campaign, said Purrch, Incorporated CEO, George Marlowe.
"The Purrch is a quite simple yet very effective seating device designed for virtually anyone to use," says Marlowe. "The Purrch is for anyone who spends too much time on their feet or too much time on their seat. The Purrch releases stress from your feet, ankles, knees, hips and eases your back into a comfortable upright position."
Developed by Eric Hosler, a concert violinist and violin teacher, as a method of correcting posture while practicing and performing, the Purrch has become much, much more.
The Purrch uses a patented "arc" in the strong yet lightweight aluminum shaft, which allows for proper weight distribution and positioning as well as the ability to support a person weighing up to 400 pounds. This arc allows The Purrch to meet the floor at the perfect angle for optimum function.
The Purrch is a great option for many different types of users and situations. Musicians, sporting event spectators such as golf tournament spectators, little league and soccer moms and dads, entertainment industry crew members, seniors, barbers and beauticians and tourists are just a few of the many potential customers.
Indiegogo is hosting the funding efforts. While investors can choose any level of investment, a $70 contribution will get the contributor their own Purrch, with a savings of 30% off the full retail price of $100. The website for funding and contributors is located at http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-purrch-mono-pod-lean-rail-seating-solution. People interested in contributing or getting one of the first production Purrches should visit the funding site directly.
For more information on The Purrch, the company, investing, or purchasing, please visit http://www.ThePurrch.com or contact George Marlowe at (323) 363-4240 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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