Thursday, August 30, 2007

On course for success

On course for success
from Reading Eagle/Reading Times

Some entrepreneurs get an idea for a home-based business by looking toward the future and trying to predict what trends might lead to profitable niche markets. But Diane M. Gracely of Ontelaunee Township got the inspiration for her venture, Kewl Tubes, from the past. �A lot of the golfers actually call them old-school head covers,� said Gracely, describing her retro product. �A lot of women used to knit them for their husbands.� Gracely�s pompom head covers protect putters, drivers and other clubs from clanging together in golf bags. She said the pompom style probably was most popular with golfers in the 1950s and 1960s.

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