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This Cart Cover Is Weatherproof

This new product, the Cart Cover, covers your shopping cart keeping contents dry from store to car.

Without a doubt there have been times when you have finished shopping and ready to leave the store, suddenly faced with a downpour or even sleet and snow. That problem is solved if you use the new Cart Cover—a protective, weatherproof cover that is just like a raincoat. The Cart Cover is easily applied over a shopping cart. No need to worry if you get stuck at the store when it rains or snows. Now, with The Cart Cover your personal belongings will be dry and safe. It is manufactured of sturdy, weather resistant plastic.

The Cart Cover fits over the top of shopping carts, encompassing the top and sides of the cart completely. An elastic banding that runs the perimeter of the cover would secure it onto the cart.

Using the Cart Cover would be simple, and would only involve applying the cover directly over the top of the shopping cart's basket and seat and allowing the sturdy elastic banding to grip the sides of the cart. Televised test marketing has been completed indicating strong consumer interest in the Cart Cover.

The Patent Pending Cart Cover was invented by Mark Davis, of Chicago, IL, who said, "This is very easy to use, and could be offered in a variety of sizes and colors. The Cart Cover serves like a rainproof jacket or coat and works even better. When removing items from the cart to a vehicle, it can be shaken and stored in the trunk or backseat until the next trip to the store. It works perfectly!"

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, 450 7th Avenue, Suite #1107 New York, NY 10123. Tel: 212-620-2629

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Invents Company takes new invention ideas that are merely sketches or concepts in an inventor's head and develops them into finished, marketable products.