PRLog - Oct. 1, 2012 - The idea for the Tyte-Guy began with a simple request from Zenda’s wife. Their clothes line needed to be tightened. With no products currently on the market available to easily accomplish tasks like this, the concept behind the Tyte-Guy was born.
Zenda spent several years developing the concept and prototypes of the Tyte-Guy. In 2011 he partnered with Rick Gazenski and Harry Cardoni to manufacture and market the product. In 2012, the Tyte-Guy was introduced at the National Hardware Show in Las Vegas.
The versatility of the Tyte-Guy is just one of the many features that make this tool unique. Use the Tyte-Guy around the home for tightening clothes lines, pool covers, or assisting in furniture repair. Take the Tyte-Guy on the road with you and secure RV or boat covers with ease. The Tyte-Guy is small and light weight which makes it the perfect for camping, to tighten tent, canopy, or tarp lines. The uses of the Tyte-Guy are limitless.
Zenda, Gazenski, and Cardoni, recently began collaborating with Lisman Holdings, Inc. on the expansion of the Tyte-Guy brand. “This is a really unique product,” said Jerry Lisman, CEO of Lisman Holdings, Inc. “It seems like everyday someone comes up with another way to use the Tyte-Guy. This versatile product is a must have for everyone.”
For more information and to purchase the Tyte-Guy, visit www.tyte-guy.com. For more information about Lisman Holdings, Inc., visit www.lismanholdings.com.