Cutten Student Finalist in Toy Invention Contest
Brody Gaser, a 5th grade student at Cutten Elementary is one of just eight finalists for the Fat Brain Toys Kidventor contest. According to Jesse Wheeler, a school teacher from the Cutten School District, “If his invention is chosen, he will win a license agreement, and it will be produced by the toy company and sold worldwide.”
The winner will get $2,500 Scholarship, $500 in toys, a trip for two to the New York Toy Fair, as well as getting the licensing agreement.
According to Brody’s statement on the Kidventer webpage, “The AIR SCOOTER is a toy that can be used to practice tricks before doing them on your real scooter. It can also be used by a younger brother or sister so they can go along scootering, and not get hurt. Or it can be used by anyone, just for fun. My inspiration for this toy came from a camping trip with my grandpa. I saw the piece that he used to secure his sun umbrella in the ground. I started playing with it and realized it could be an AIR SCOOTER.”
C’mon…is that cool or what? Go vote for Brody here. https://www.fatbraintoys.com/kidventor.cfm