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Ed: Good concept for colder climates but their website is terrible, not going to sell much with that site I’m afraid.

Startup Name *

What problem are you solving? Owners of 1 Billion Automobiles ALL want to get into a warmed/defrosted vehicle in winter and cooled vehicle in summer because of current brutal winters and summers. Without a remote starter to warm up a vehicle, engine life and gas mileage are lessened.
What is your solution? Vehicle owners want a Remote Starter because they can: warm their auto from the Bedroom when having to rush to work or catch the train/bus or dropping kids at school; they can start their vehicle from their office so it will be warmed up or warmed when leaving the mall, movies, grocer, dinner or anywhere else. All safely because the vehicle can’t be moved without proper access.
Why is this a great opportunity? has the PERFECT Search Engine Name and will install remote starters at vehicle owners’ office/work or at their home. With 1 Billion vehicles world-wide, and growing, now is the perfect time to capture this virtually untapped market. We live in a world of convenience and the love affair with the auto now gets more love!
Target Market 1 Billion (1,000,000,000+) Vehicles World-Wide.
How will you make money? is an Internet-based business, not requiring any brick and mortar. Such savings help make owning a remote starter more affordable. Minimum price is $199.99 for a vehicle not requiring any extra parts.
Founders Names Jerome Hairston
What type of funding has the company received Bootstrapped/self funded


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