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Decorated War Veteran Invents Ultra-portable Travel Pillow for Weary Travelers

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SOURCE EZ Sleep Travel

SAN DIEGO, June 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Peter Lainberger, Gunnery Sergeant US Marine Corps (Retired) has started a new business with the launch of a brand new travel product.  The new product is called the EZ Sleep Travel Pillow.

EZ Sleep Travel Pillow

Peter has spent thousands of hours traveling to many destinations throughout his career as a helicopter crew chief (with three tours in Iraq), as a pilot, and a world traveler.  Multiple 24 hour+ flights to Japan, overnight stays in airports, and non-stop bus rides have always left him with one desire - to be more comfortable while traveling.  Together with his long time friend, he has developed a product that provides excellent, easy to use, non-embarrassing travel comfort.

This new travel pillow adds comfort to any seat of a moving vehicle (i.e. planes, trains, automobiles, etc.). It fits securely between two seats or against an interior wall, and then attaches to an armrest. The pillow stays firmly in place for even the heaviest of passengers for the entire length of one's journey, providing added comfort to many a weary traveler.

Some of its advantages are:

Easy to use
Inflatable
Stays in place
Adds privacy
Works in any seat
Works great in cars, trucks and even at the beach

The EZ Sleep Travel Pillow has been proven to be very desirable for many travelers.

Contact EZ Sleep Travel for more information or to receive a free sample.

Media Contact:
Tate Sayre
Email
510-431-2770
www.ezsleeptravel.com

Support the Troops

 

Peter Lainberger, Gunnery Sergeant US Marine Corps (Retired)

 

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