PRLog (Press Release)
- Dec. 30, 2013 -
Lee Addis, a freshman at Central Arizona College, has a new business by the name of Re-Nine Safety. The product he is producing and selling are disposable safety cones. At the young age of 14 Lee came up with the idea for a traffic cone that was disposable, lightweight, biodegradable and folds flat. After working through several different designs over the years, at the age of 18 and with a patent pending he has started production. Re-Nine Safety started sales with a free standing target cone. This cone is a variation of the original cone, and utilizes the same design but is printed with shooting targets. These cones are available in many Arizona gun shops. Production of Safety Cones will begin the week of September 16th with product available to ship immediately. Resellers interested in being dealers should contact Re-Nine Safety.
The cone is constructed from corrugated cardboard. It starts out flat and can be unfolded and locked into a very sturdy cone with flat surfaces which can be used for a variety of needs. Bottom flaps interlock providing a center point for hold down weight to be placed securing the cones in place. There is even an area for holding other signage such as garage sale signs or directional signs or other targets.
Lee is a hard working student, currently enrolled in CAC’s Heavy Equipment Operator Program. He is also a field reporter for Arizona Contractor & Community magazine. At a very young age, Lee developed a passion for the construction industry which is displayed on his YouTube channel, casecx700. This passion is also propelling his future. For more information please visit Re-Nine Safety at www.re-nine.com.