Inspiration, Innovation, Persistence and Feet

In the SALSA tradition of innovation coming from every corner and age group around the globe, have a look at this terrific idea from rural Western Washington State.  A dream come true, Richland woman gets patent for foot dryer By John Trumbo Tri-City Herald Thursday, December 15, 2011 Tri-City Herald photo/Kai-Huei Yau Guadalupe Olvera of Richland recently got a patent for a foot dryer she invented thanks to help from associate professor Gene Holand, who runs the Center for Innovation and Design at Columbia Basin College in Pasco. RICHLAND — A 64-year-old Richland woman whose idea for a foot-and-toes dryer has received a U.S.

In the SALSA tradition of innovation coming from every corner and age group around the globe, have a look at this terrific idea from rural Western Washington State.  A dream come true, Richland woman gets patent for foot dryer By John Trumbo Tri-City Herald Thursday, December 15, 2011 Tri-City Herald photo/Kai-Huei Yau Guadalupe Olvera of Richland recently got a patent for a foot dryer she invented thanks to help from associate professor Gene Holand, who runs the Center for Innovation and Design at Columbia Basin College in Pasco. RICHLAND — A 64-year-old Richland woman whose idea for a foot-and-toes dryer has received a U.S.

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