Once Upon a Time

Our product story began when a granddaughter wanted to take her elderly grandparents for an outing at a local mall one afternoon.  It was a sentimental getaway because her now 80-year-old grandparents had  taken her often on this very same trip when she was a child.  When she was young, Paw Paw would carry her through the mall.  He was a tall man so as he carried her, she felt as though she could touch the ceiling. This trip was different. The roles had reversed, and she was now the one carrying Paw Paw through the mall because his legs were weak and unable to walk safety. To add, Grandma now struggled to keep up. She now walked slowly and had difficulty walking distances because of the arthritis in her back and knees maked each step she took very painful. How could she get them both to their favorite coffee-drinking spot if they both needed a wheelchair and she could only push one person? The most logical way she could think of is move them one-by-one in a single wheelchair. The downside was that she would have to leave them alone while she got the other. That wasn’t a good option because her grandfather had a tendency to wander off when left unattended, which would lead to him falling. The next option was to have one walk while the other rode in the wheelchair. That, too, was a fall just waiting to happen.  The last option made her smile.  She could have her grandmother ride in her grandfather's lap.  Cute, but not exactly safe or comfortable for either.She needed a second person and a second wheelchair….or a double transport chair. She was not going to disappoint them, so she did what any smart young lady would do and called her friend to come and help her.  The young and the old spent an enjoyable day at the mall.

There was an adorable elderly couple.....

  She told her mother and two aunts about the pinch that she got in with her grandparents. They knew all too well about it, since similar situations had happened to them.  The search for a two person transport chair was on. They discovered there was no such thing on the market....anywhere.  What do other people do?  What do caregivers in nursing homes do?  What to porters in airports do?  We, the three sisters, realized that there was a huge need for this type of transport chair. 
And so...Transport 4 Two transport chair was born.
Transport chair, elderly couple in love, wheelchair, anniversary
Let's Roll!
Many months later, the 1st prototype was ready for its maiden trip to that same mall and everyone lived happily ever after.