Helping Veterans

Valet Product Line has been contacted by Veterans Administrations’ medical facilities to become a vendor for the VA providing millions of disabled veterans these one of a kind, useful devices.  VPL is working to facilitate that happening. 

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Revolutionary Products

Valet Product Line is now promoting its unique revolutionary products worldwide. Our products are “one of a kind” and so unique they have brought a new device utility category into the assisted living industry. Our  new marketing program will reach and educate millions of elderly and mobility challenged people through social media who have difficulty putting on and taking off their footwear using one device that does it all, the Shoe Boot Valet (SBV). 

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Manufacture Only

Valet Product Line has transitioned from a full service operation (manufacturing, marketing, wholesale, some retail) to manufacturer only. It took over a year to make this transition in entirety; we sold all our SBV product to a US distributor who will be selling our products exclusively in the US, both wholesale and retail.  Our main concentration now is volume production, marketing and selling container loads to our US distributor and foreign distributors and other related organizations worldwide. We can do this because our products are “one of a kind” and desperately needed by 100’s of millions the elderly and mobility challenged worldwide (40 million in the US alone). We have no competition and are the owners and only suppliers.  We are negotiating a container load to Canada now. 

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The New Sock Valet

There are probably a dozen “sock” products on the market but none of them get the job done; all require extensive bending and reaching and are made of flimsy materials. Most are made of wire, cheap plastic, rope, etc, and all require extensive bending and reaching. You can ask any medical professional in the industry that deals directly with the elderly and mobility challenged and they will agree that nothing on the market comes close to meeting their minimum requirements. If you have a problem with socks and compression hosiery you probably already know this.

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History of the Shoe Boot

How does a Houston, TX real estate broker with no medical experience or knowledge end up 
manufacturing medical assistive devices?  I grew up in a small town working on horse ranches and farms in central Oklahoma and graduated from the University of Oklahoma.  I got tired of the Houston city life and hassle and bought a ranch in Colorado to raise horses and did that for 7 yrs. My mother became ill and I sold my ranch and moved back to Oklahoma to take care of her. 
I needed something to do so I sold saddle and tack for a hundred year old saddlery in Denver and 
opened up Oklahoma and Texas for them. In my travels I found a device that a rancher had patented that assisted farmers and ranchers in pulling on and taking off their footwear. It was ingenious.  The problem was it that was constructed of (welded) cast iron and weighed approximately 10 lbs. I kept it in my truck and seldom showed it because of the economics of manufacturing and shipping it. When my 
mother passed away, I decided to redesign the device, licensed the product and moved to Tulsa where everything started to happen.

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