InventionHome’s “Tailgate Sawhorse” Debuts at Recent AAPEX Show

The newly licensed “Tailgate Sawhorse” got off to a strong start when it debuted at the AAPEX Show October 30 through November 1 in Las Vegas. The 3-day event is an international tradeshow, and one of the best venues for introducing products to the $740 billion automotive aftermarket industry.

Attendees were able to see this new product displayed on an actual truck bed at the Erickson Manufacturing booth. The company is the North American leader in tie-down straps and load securement related items. They are pleased to have added Tailgate Sawhorse to their already popular Big Bed line of products.

This patented set of hardware was invented by Illinois carpenter Robert when he needed a solution for carrying longer loads as the current truck beds became shorter due to extended cabs.

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