From the category of “why hasn’t anyone thought of this before” comes headlights for sneakers.
ORLANDO, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35 ORLANDO) -It shines 10 to 15 feet straight ahead, and it makes running in the dark safer and lighter. It's the brainstorm of the Storer's from Orlando.
March has turned into a pretty busy month for the Orlando-based creators of a night-light that helps people run in the dark.
As a night runner, she saw a need and decided to do something about it. Who said our best ideas don't happen while on a run?
As someone who runs in the early hours of the morning (and with a husband who runs in the late hours at night), this product caught my fancy! I love the idea and you know that this “christmas tree” will be getting one when they come out.
ORLANDO, Fla. (Feb. 24, 2015) — Orlando entrepreneurs Doug and Renata Storer believe they have pioneered a way to keep runners, walkers and hikers safe and injury-free while exercising after the sun has gone down — Night Runner Shoe Lights. This week, they launched a month-long crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter to raise $35,000 for the first round of production.
When Orlando resident Doug Storer went out at night for his daily run, he worried about unseen road hazards or cars not being able to spot him. So he came up with an idea: headlights for shoes.
Four Florida startup companies competed at the 4Q VenturePitch Orlando Startup Competition, but only one came out on top.
As Rudy Ellis finished talking about his startup company Joicaster at VenturePitch Orlando on Tuesday, David Whitney stood from his chair on stage alongside three other judges and approached.