“People were taking pictures of it and putting them on Facebook,” says Dahl, LoopRope’s busy CEO. “Cabela’
Along with their increased exposure on the side of the freeway, LoopRope is adding a “moving billboard” to the Oregon highways: a new Mercedes delivery van with a wrap-around decal advertising LoopRope’s availability at Cabela’s and Camping World. The company is dedicating an employee to deliver to a territory extending from Redmond, just east of Seattle, to Redding, two hours south of the Oregon-California border, and stretching all the way to the coast.
Dahl hatched the idea of a knot-free tie down in his garage in Medford after a frustrating trip to the dump in 2009. He started with knotted ropes, which were not versatile enough for his load, and he shunned bungee cords as being too flimsy. Dahl started experimenting, and eventually invented a shock cord crimped into permanent loops and secured with LoopClips®, which are S-shaped steel carabiners. His LoopRope® has enjoyed increasing popularity with American retailers Wal-Mart, Cabela’s, Camping World, and Amazon, and is being distributed in a number of countries abroad, including Japan, Australia, and Ireland.
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The LoopRope® is made of one continuous piece of shock cord fastened together to create permanent loops. LoopRope® comes in 3, 4, and 5-foot lengths. Each LoopRope® comes with two dual-sided, stainless steel LoopClips®. One 5-foot LoopRope® gives you 10 custom tie-down lengths and over 18 attachment points. Use it everywhere; it’s secure, fast and easy. Users are discovering many different ways to secure items: check out video examples on the website. www[dot]LoopRope[
LoopRope®: tie downs made easy!