"The Radio Back Pack": It is Great Way to Share Your Music!

The Radio Back Pack is a wearable carrying bag equipped with an amplifier and speaker assembly, specially designed for playing music stored on digital devices. It gives music lovers a unique, user-friendly way to transport these units and to hear their favorite songs without earphones.  Available in a variety of sizes and colors, the universally designed Radio Back Pack can be easily adaptable to changing technology.
 
Accommodating virtually any digital music player, this versatile product plays hundreds of songs at an amplified volume that all can hear. The accessories incorporated into the Radio Back Pack eliminate the limitations germane to mp3 players and smartphones, which typically can only be enjoyed with earphones or at such a low, distorted volume that the music cannot be fully experienced.
 
The Patent Pending Radio Back Pack was invented by Levar Palmer of Winchester, CA, who said, “The Radio Back Pack provides a way to transport personal items as well as the ability to play aloud one's own “radio” system, cleverly combined into one convenient unit. Carried along to an outdoor party, while on a camping trip, to a sports park, or while running, hiking, or biking, the Radio Back Pack is a practical accessory that also ensures surrounding revelers and participants can also clearly hear and enjoy the music.”
                  
EDITOR’S NOTE: Development of this product is being handled by Invents Company. For more information about licensing or sale, contact the Licensing Department at Invents Company, P.O. Box 1682, Murrells Inlet, SC 29576   Telephone: 212-620-2629   invents.com

Contact: Jeanne Nelson   Media Dept.: #7441   Tel: (646) 503-4817   Jeanne@invents.com

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