Upper Peninsula inventor Brenden Jacques partnered with the Invent@NMU program for 18 months to launch his product, The Lime Key. The dual-purpose bar tool is made of stainless steel, with a bottle opener on one end and a lime extractor on the other.
“Invent@NMU has been a pleasure to work with since day one,” said Jacques. “We really appreciate their feedback and professionalism, and wouldn't have been able to stay the course on such a demanding timeline without them.”
During the partnership, Invent@NMU students gained experience in product design, prototyping, graphic design and photography. The Lime Key is currently for sale at https://thelimekey.com/. To support The Lime Key's Kickstarter campaign, click here.
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