Glenda Phillips of SOK-ITZ is an inventor with a heart of gold. She is a passionate advocate for Childhood Cancer Awareness, an active participant in the “Fly 4 Life” Event benefiting “The National Children’s Cancer Society” scheduled for September 19,2010, plus she held the 1st fundraiser for the initial Ronald McDonald House in Louisville, Kentucky.
The SOK-ITZ arm rest cover has many applications. Germ-phobic airline passengers use them to protect themselves from an unsanitary arm rest: easy to install, remove, take home, wash and reuse. Vehicle owners use them to protect the arm rests in their vehicle to increase resale value. Companies increase brand awareness by ordering SOK-ITZ with their logo for existing and potential customers.
Listen in as Glenda shares her inventive journey.