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MASON CITY, IA – When faced with an issue, a north Iowa man did not look to someone else for the answer, he created one himself.
Joice resident Eliot Evans designed and created the “Make Sense Tap Adapter” to help make some of his projects a little easier.
He presented the adapter at the INPECs convention, America’s largest invention trade show, and took home an award and a gold medal for his creation.
Evans said, “it benefits, I guess, any do-it-yourselfer that wants to work on their motorcycle, hot rod, or mechanics or farmers, people like that.”
Along with the award and metal, Evans has caught the attention from a big name talk show host who has offered to help him sell his tap adapter in retail stores across the U.S.