Seattle, and the entire Puget Sound region, is a diverse business community often times associated with hot tech companies or an aerospace juggernaut. So when the Puget Sound Business Journal puts out their annual “40 under 40” Awards, do you expect it to have the CEO of a family company which makes a living flipping people upside down?
“In November 2012 I had a bad fall landing with my full weight on a step edge hitting the Lumber part of my spine. I was out photographing Venice by night. It was actually at 0230 in the morning. I was there singing the title tenor role of Tristan in Tristan und Isolde at La Fenice. I still got the photo I was after…. Thankfully it was quite a chilly night and I think this masked the injury a little.
It’s not like we think we are the only company ever that has been in business for over 30 years, but when you look at who else was making inversion tables 30 plus years ago, Teeter is the only one that is still around. Why?
We recently read about the experience of Herb Benham of The Bakersfield Californian after picking up a Teeter in hopes of helping with his stiff neck. We loved how Herb captured the experience of many of our customers seeking for relief, so we wanted to share:
“I have struggled with back pain due to a spinal disorder for over a year, and this table made a world of difference. I would very much like to tell the world. Thank you so much, Roger, I really do appreciate it.”
~ C. Kelley