Provide portable ice, water, and cooling for outdoor activities for extended period of time.
Preserve temperature-sensitive medications and short-term food reserves.
Provide reliable transportation of organ and emergency supplies across the globe and into harsh environments.
Dish for eating
QOOLER is designed for transporting food supplies or storing medications and emergency supplies that require extended cooling such as insulin, injectables, blood, anti convulsion, and pharmacological medication.
Strong Military-Grade Handle
Spigot for Drinking Water From Melted ICE
QPACK’s liquid supply is accessible via a spigot. The bag has specially constructed straps that fit on wheelchairs and walkers.
I am an ostomate, meaning I am among 700,000+ Americans who have had surgery that makes an opening for the relief of body wastes. I love to travel. I need a reliable, convenient, clean way to carry my medicines and ostomy supplies, whether it's to go to the local beaches or fly to New Zealand! ICEBUDDY QOOLER fills that need wonderfully.
You have a dynamic product offering and business model. Your products and synergies would align perfectly with the automated external defibrillators and life safety training we currently offer to our many corporate and government accounts.
I am absolutely certain this innovative product will meet the needs of whole nations of Native Americans. My son, a member of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe, is diabetic and takes insulin 4-5 times daily. He is unable to camp out at POW WOWS because they last 2-3 days and he must keep his medication cold. The ICEBUDDY would set him FREE to sleep under the stars.
We have a clinic in Siuna, Nicaragua. I see ICEBUDDY being used for transportation of medications that require refrigeration — here in the tropics, the temperature often reaches over 100 degrees. The Siuna Foundation is eager to see this product issued to healthcare providers in rural areas of Central America.
Ripples International works in Kenya to provide basic care through mobile units. We are not able to offer immunizations without the capacity to refrigerate medications and immunizations during trips to the field. QOOLER will make it possible to bring medications and immunizations to rural communities.
ICEBUDDY allows diabetics to enjoy vacations.
Have an ICEBUDDY System for your pets.
ICEBUDDY is vital during disasters.
QOOLER preserves medications for 72 hours.
Pamela brings twenty-six years of management experience in the public and private sector. She served for twenty years as the CEO of Norwood Security Consultants, Inc., providing security and emergency preparedness services.
Pamela brings an expansive background in public speaking and television appearances. Her degrees are from Tufts and Atlanta University in Education and Policy, Planning and Administration. Pamela is also a contributing author for the book “Disaster Spiritual Care: Practical Responses to Community, Regional and National Tragedy.” Her ability to see unmet needs helps create products that fill unique market niches.
Lorraine is an engineer with 15 years of experience in technical design, personnel training, and documentation for the defense industry. She was one of the creators of the anthrax detection system currently used by the United States Postal Service.
Lorraine brings a passion for teaching, encouraging and empowering to every endeavor. First and foremost, she is a team player who views problems as opportunities for creative bridge building that lead to long lasting solutions. Lorraine envisions a day when preparedness is a lifestyle rather than a reaction.
Anthony has 25 years of Naval service. He directed a multi-million dollar security information facility and a time-sensitive national project. His responsibilities included implementing logistical controls and financial tracking procedures.
Anthony’s Naval experience forged his desire to increase emergency preparedness awareness in the international arena. His knowledge is invaluable in managing logistics for ICEBUDDY, including data security, warehousing and distribution, satellite offices and trade shows.
Regina has been interested in survival ever since she was a girl trekking into the deep woods with her outdoorsman father. She was onsite during the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, her first disaster experience.
Professionally Regina produced communications for CBS, Dean Witter and other Fortune 500 companies. She earned her B.A. from Harvard and her M.F.A. from the School of Visual Arts. She is currently completing a Masters of Science in Fundraising and Philanthropy at New York University, with a focus on social media and corporate sustainability.