LoopRope® Ropes In 45,000 Orders on QVC Reaching Record Milestone For Oregon Inventor
Oregon company LoopRope LLC builds brand with multi-platform QVC Shopping Network reaching sales milestone
"We've worked for several years to build the relationship with QVC necessary to make this happen," said Jeff Dahl, founder and creator of the original LoopRope® tie-down product line. "The company successfully competed in QVC's "Sprout" company competition and we were invited back after being voted the 'most wished for' product by QVC viewers."
QVC Sprouts® was initiated in March of 2012 by QVC and the United Inventors Association (UIA), and allows new products to compete with each other for a chance to be featured on the QVC website and ultimately, QVC TV.
"LoopRope® is all about personal safety," said Dahl. "Our LoopRope® tie-down systems are so far superior to and safer than traditional bungee cords it just made sense to build our brand on QVC and give home shoppers a chance to purchase the best tie-down available today."
Packaged in 3- and 5-foot lengths; and in multi-length combos, LoopRope® is the perfect tie-down system for attaching gear of all sorts to all kinds of equipment; including, trucks, campers, military equipment, boats, jet skis, jeeps, as well as motorcycles and quads. LoopRope® saves time, provides heightened load security, and serves as a safe and durable alternative to traditional "bungee" cords in all applications.
LoopRope® is available at retail outlets in the U.S. including: Cabela's, Camping World, DuLuth Trading, and in other countries, including Japan, Germany, Australia, the Philippines, South Korea, Canada and The Netherlands. It's also sold directly through the LoopRope website along with its sister product, BuoyRope®, which is designed for use on watercraft.
About LoopRope®, LLC
Founded in 2009 by Jeff Dahl in Medford, Oregon, LoopRope®, LLC was conceived out of frustration and need. A regular guy with lots of "guy gear," Dahl was not inclined to tie knots, and bungee cords are simply too messy, unreliable and dangerous to use. After much research and multiple prototypes, Dahl invented the LoopRope® tie-down system; made of one continuous piece of shock cord fastened together to create permanent loops. Now patented, LoopRope® comes in a variety of lengths.
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