Dan winner of Chicago Innovation Awards

CHICAGO, InstaShield, maker of the unique ball-cap face shield, has been named one of the winners of the nineteenth annual Chicago Innovation Awards.

The winners have been introduced at this year's digital tournament held on Monday, October 19. The Chicago Innovation Awards, celebrating its nineteenth year, is the Chicago region's essential focus of the most modern new merchandise or offerings introduced to market every year.

InstaShield™ was once developed with the aid of father-son inventor crew Dan Brown Sr. and Dan Brown Jr. at the establishing of the pandemic to assist fill the nation's PPE void. They created a comfortable, cheap face defend that may want to be heavily produced rapidly in the U.S. InstaShield ships flat and is folded to in shape over the consignment of a ball cap or visor. InstaShield is handy for $2.99 at InstaShieldUSA.com, and it can be effortlessly cleaned and reused or recycled.

"In this yr of a international pandemic, innovation is wished now extra than ever," stated Tom Kuczmarski, co-founder with Chicago journalist Dan Miller of the awards. "2020 winners are fixing large troubles in healthcare, neighborhood and staff development, education, finance, agriculture, electronics, telecommunications, manufacturing, drug development, enterprise services, and more."

"My Dad and I are honored to be Chicago Innovation Award winners, mainly in the class of Covid-19 response," stated Brown Jr., InstaShield CEO. "In simply six months, we've got long past from product launch to promoting over 1 million shields. Through our Million-Shield Challenge, we have donated 250,000 shields and have slotted 750,000 extra for donation. A 12 months ago, we could not have imagined this happening, however we are satisfied to be a section of the solution."

The triumphing companies get hold of a range of honors along with the chance to ring the Nasdaq Bell in New York City, and conferences with the Mayor of Chicago, Governor of Illinois, Cook County President and leaders from the United Nations Foundation.

"272 groups nominated for this year's awards," stated Luke Tanen, Executive Director of the Chicago Innovation Awards.  "As a group, these nominees are accountable for producing over $5.6 billion in new revenues, 7,322 new jobs, and 1,683 patents from their nominated new merchandise and services.  The winners characterize the fantastic from this very fantastic group."

The whole listing of this year's Chicago Innovation Award winners can be observed at www.chicagoinnovation.com.

InstaShield LLC makes comfortable, low cost face shields for the masses. The organisation is headquartered in Chicago and manufactures its merchandise in the U.S. For greater information, go to InstaShieldUSA.com. Follow us at @InstaShieldUSA.

The Chicago Innovation Awards are supported through Founding Diamond Sponsor Theron Technology Solutions; Diamond Sponsors Wintrust, Accenture, and SMS Assist, Gold Sponsors Comcast Business and Exelon, and others. 

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