INVENTOR ARTHUR BELOFF
Art Beloff at the Masconi Center in San Francisco
We all wish at one time or another that we had invented something...either a now commonly - used item like liquid paper, or a product that started a trend.
Palm Beach, Florida resident Arthur Beloff
has done it, not once, but four times.
You know those little rubber tips for hangers that keep clothes from falling off?
They’re called Supergrip Rubber Hangerhugs, and that idea was Beloff’s first creation some 35 years ago.
What about discounted designer-style clothing for women?
Beloff’s Ladybug and Villager lines, popular in the New England States in the ‘60’s and 70’s, were the forerunners to countless national label lines for sale in discount stores today such as Lohmann’s and Clothestime.
And then during the real-estate boom years in the early 80’s, Beloff
bought and sold garden-style residences in four-family units.
Arthur Beloff’s invention was publicized in several newspapers such as the "Los Angelas Times," "USA Today," "Record Journal" and several others.
Well, guess what folks?
It looks as if he’s done it again.
latest invention is the Bagel Wizard Safety Bagel Slicer.
It’s a must-have accessory for your kitchen, making slicing bagels safe for people of all ages.
Early in 1997, Beloff’s wife Cloie almost cut her
hand cutting bagels for breakfast.
This was shortly after she
had heard a news report on T.V. declaring that statistically most visits to the hospital emergency rooms for cuts on the hand were from cutting bagels.
was the stimulant and said to her
husband, "Invent a simple safety bagel slicer for all of us."
What will he
think of next?
We can only wait and see.