Meet the Card Caddy Daddy!

My name is Chris Nichols and I’m the inventor of the Card Caddy. When my step-son was around 5 years old, he was obsessed with Uno. I grew up playing card games of all sorts with my grandmother and wanted to foster that same love of cards with him. We carried around a couple of decks of cards, bound with rubber bands, stuffed back into the box, or just scattered in the bottom of a my wife’s purse.  When it came time to play –  often somewhere without a level, solid surface for the draw and discard piles – the stacks of cards fell over, blew away or slid down into the crevice of the car seat.

For Christmas that year, I made the original version of the Card Caddy in my workshop out of scrap wood.  It was bulky and clunky, but it was a big hit and solved my frustrations.  After a couple of iterations, I’ve put together an improved version and would like to the share the idea with card lovers everywhere. I’ve run a couple of successful Kickstarter campaigns to make the Card Caddy (and expansions!) cost effective to produce on large scales.  I’m hoping to find new customers, buyers and production partners through LinkedIn.  

Whether you’re a harried parent who wants a mobile entertainment option other than “a device”, a hardcore Trading Card Gamer who has a lot invested in your deck, or just someone who likes to have a deck of cards handy for a game-on-the-go, the Card Caddy is for you. I hope that the Card Caddy helps to bring people back together in face-to-face interactions in our increasingly digital world. If you’re interested in getting a Card Caddy, head over to our website, http://narrowshill.com or search for one on Amazon.  Happy gaming!

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