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Product Video and how it originated

By on Oct 5, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Generic Product Video We are very proud of this Video. The original version of this video was a five minute video produced for the Video Submission Round of the “Shark Tank”.  We captured the highlights form that video minus the shark related footage to create this video. The Aerial Tool Bin was accepted to the video submission round of the Shark Tank on Monday July 18th 2014. With less than one week we had to draft up a script, find someone to film the video, practice and shoot the five minute video, render the video, fill out a 70 page contract / questionair and send it all out by Saturday Morning…. The end result was a nice product video since the Shark Tank Casting Crew never called us back to the final round….! We did however give the Shark Tank Casting Crew a sample of our product the Aerial Tool Bin since they were always on aerial access equipment to film many of their shots. They loved the gift and thanked me several times. To view the submission video in its entrirty click on SHARK TANK....

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The Aerial Tool Bin was accepted to the video submission round of the “Shark Tank”

By on Oct 5, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

If I had a dollar every time I heard “You should go on the SHARK TANK” With the The Aerial Tool Bin..!   Well on Monday July 18th 2014 I played everyones bluff and set up my lawn chair at 3;30 AM. We were over looking beautiful Lake Michigan at the performing arts center ( Calatrava) where the Shark Tank casting crew held an open call session to pick a few potential candidates for the next season of the Shark Tank. By 9:00 AM I was heading into the Calatrava where the pre sharks were set up to interview the candidates. I was number 47 in line with about 350 potential candidate.   Once inside I sat down for about five minutes when I was asked to be bumped ahead of the other 40 or so still in front of me so the casting crew could film me heading into see the pre sharks. I almost I had a sense that I was going to be added to the next round, the excitement was building up.   Throughout the course of the day I was interviewed several times, asked to come back later in the afternoon for a camera interview. Once again that sense came over me that I  might make it to the next round.   I was sitting down having dinner later that evening when I  got the email that I was accepted to the video submission round of the Shark Tank.   After the excitement dust settled the work began.  We had less than one week to prepare a 70 page contract, develop a script for the 5 minute video, shoot the video, render it, ship out the video along with the 70 pages of valuable information about our company.  Everything had to be in the hands of the Shark Tank Casting crew by the the following Monday..   Unfortunately the Shark Tank Casting Crew never called to invite us to the next round. I did however enjoy the whole process and all was not lost because I developed our new product video with some of the footage attained from the submission video.   Maybe next time…!   See our product video along with the original Shark Tank Submission video. Product Video  (2 minute video) Submission video, (5 minute video)  ...

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Aerial Tool Bin Product Flyer

By on Oct 4, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Aerial Tool Bin Product (Two Sided) Flyer Our flyer has been a very nice tool to help introduce the Aerial Tool Bin. We offer our two sided flyer’s to all of our wholesalers free of charge. The only thing we expect from our wholesalers is that they add  their contact information in the area provided on the FRONT SIDE. Contact Steven DeMore to place your flyer order. Digital copies available with contact information added, please provide a high quality logo with web address and contact information etc at steven@aerialtoolbin.com Front Side (Page 1) Back Side  (Page 2)...

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New Element Drawing for Aerial Tool Bin

By on Oct 3, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

New Element Drawing for Aerial Tool Bin This element drawing was created to help our current and potential customres to see all the features available with this new Job Site Safety Product, The Aerial Tool Bin. I also have a link to the element drawing available on the Specs...

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