Kickback Kooler Launches Kickstarter Campaign

Crowdfunding Effort Aims to Deliver Coolers in Fourth Quarter

May 27, 2015, 07:55 ET from Kickback Kooler

CLEVELAND, May 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Kickback Kooler – the cooler that takes the pain and stress out of transporting your favorite refreshments – has launched a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign to ramp up production and begin delivering coolers to those who pledge on its Kickstarter site at Kickback Kooler inventor and founder Jim Stallman said that, if the Kickback Kooler reaches its goal of raising $150,000 during its Kickstarter campaign, the company will begin shipping coolers for delivery during the fourth quarter of this year.

According to Stallman, the Kickback Kooler eliminates the pain and discomfort from lugging overloaded coolers to the beach, picnics, tailgates and on trips.  The Kooler's all-terrain wheels and foldable handle make moving the Kickback Kooler as easy as pulling a child's wagon.  Then you can you can relax on the two ergonomically-designed seats with flip-up back supports.

Stallman added that the Kickback Kooler was designed for the fun seeker. "It's functional and practical with no distracting gimmicks," he said.  "We've conducted numerous tests on the weight, durability and maneuverability of our cooler to ensure that it meets customers expectations."

The Kickback Kooler is 23-1/2 inches high, 48-inches long, 21-1/2 inches wide and has a capacity of 105 quarts.  It also features two internal compartments, to keep wet items from dry.  Each compartment also has its own drain plug.

"Even fully loaded, the Kickback Kooler can accommodate two 350-pound, full-grown men with no problem," Stallman continued.  "In fact we know that it can withstand up to 1,000 pounds."  The strength and durability of the Kickback Kooler can be attributed to its rotational-molded construction.

Not just strong and durable, the Kickback Kooler also will be available in five colors:  candy apple red, shoreline green, steel blue, deep orange and hunter green.

Stallman added that the Kickback Kooler will be made in America.  He stated that he has an agreement with a respected domestic tooling company to create the molds; has secured top component purveyors and is working with an outstanding Ohio company to handle manufacturing and shipment.

Initially, coolers may be ordered through pledges to the Kickback Kooler Kickstarter campaign.  "We even have an early bird special where those who pledge can save up to $100 on their coolers," Stallman added.

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