Made By My Dad Donates 100 Frogglez Goggles To Local Home Of The Innocents Children Charity - WKRN News 2

Made By My Dad Donates 100 Frogglez Goggles To Local Home Of The Innocents Children Charity

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Home of the Innocents in Louisville KY serves children in crisis. Made By My Dad has a unique product, Frogglez Goggles, that will allow these children to allow the new pool that the Home just built.

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LOUISVILLE, KY, June 05, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Made By My Dad, a Louisville start up that is changing the swim goggle market, is donating 100 Frogglez Goggles to the Home of the Innocents.

"As soon as I found out that The Home of the Innocents had built a pool for the children to enjoy I knew that I wanted to help by donating Frogglez Goggles," says Dr. Hahn, President and founder of Made By My Dad.

Frogglez Goggles are uniquely positioned to help children with special needs such as autism due to their comfortable, hassle free design. Children that previously could not wear swim goggles are now able to enjoy swimming like everyone else.

Last year when Made By My Dad launched Frogglez Goggles the product won second place in a national product launch competition and since then has become one of the top selling swim goggles on Amazon. Swim schools all around the country are switching over to using Frogglez Goggles for their comfort first design.

"Frogglez Goggles were born out of frustration! I invented Frogglez Goggles because I was struggling with my kids trying to make traditional swim goggles fit during their swim lessons," says Dr. Hahn who now holds a utility patent for the comfortable Frogglez strap.

Frogglez Goggles are now available online through Amazon, Frogglez Goggles, and many more retailers daily. In Louisville you can find Frogglez Goggles in the Prospect Kroger market as well as Swimville USA.

Made By My Dad LLC was founded by Dr. Christian W. Hahn, a Louisville dentist/entrepreneur. Frogglez Goggles are the most comfortable swim goggles available in the market today and are protected by a utility patent. You can learn more about Frogglez and Dr. Hahn at www.FrogglezGoggles.com

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