I have always been the type of person to keep a picture in my car whether it was my husband, kids, family whoever. So when I came across this company I was so excited. How cool to have a place to actually put your picture. Id always put mine where the dash is where you read the gas.
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It wasn't about the money or the business. It was watching the memory of Sam's fathers phone peel, fade and tear. That's how Sam DINello and Michael J Abraham Jr. invented visor frames. "I used my garage door opener to hold my father's photo's on my car's sun visor," Sam said. His father, Franco, passed away in 2007. "Within a month his face was completely faded, and the corners were ripping and splitting. I eventually had to throw his picture away. When my mom Sharon passed away a short time later, I didn't want the same thing to happen."
Michael and Sam collaborated and discussed their experiences when traveling in another persons vehicle. They always seem to noticed a photo or memorial card attached to his or her sun visor with a garage door opener, rubber band, or chip clip. In some cases, the photo or memorial card would even be tucked into the dashboard, covering a portion of the odometer.
Sam discussed with Michael how he was discouraged from keeping his mother's photo in his car after what happened to his father's, so they figured why not invent something to protect it, secure it to the visor to keep it out of the way? The result was a sleek, fashionable aluminum frame and will forever change the way people display photo's and memorial cards of their family, friends and pets while on the go.
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