Chicago Area U.S. Veteran Inventor Wins Award To Innovate The State of Wisconsin!

Virgil Mathis

Virgil Mathis

The ideas to profits inventors conference October 1st, 2nd, 2009 was held in the Wisconsin Chula Vista Motel conference room where 23 inventors from seven states exhibited their display of innovations to visitors, new product scouts, media, and judges for the inventors contest.

Virgil Mathis, a U.S. Veteran from Chicago, exhibited the invention of the Veterans Challenger Borders and Ports Homeland Security project and the ergonomic adjustable electronic positioning device, a push-button voice activated adjustment device for televisions, microwave ovens and medical equipment everyone noticed that the White Water Small Business Development center did a fine job of bringing the whole program and resources together for the inventors contest.

The center of innovation and development at the University of Wisconsin presented an award to Virgil Mathis for the Stout Technology Discovery Center where with development of the two projects invented by Virgil Mathis it will innovate Wisconsin and create about 900 jobs for amputee and other disabled Veterans in the state of Wisconsin and to bring economic development benefits in a stout new way for more progress in Wisconsin. You can contact Virgil Mathis via email at [email protected]

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