Wyoming Hunter, Nick Duncombe, Upgrades to CoolBot Pro

Hunting season is here and Nick Duncombe is ready.  Two years ago, he built a CoolBot powered game cooler which he calls “a complete game changer.”  He’s happy he’s saving money, his wife is happy that the game meat tastes better, it’s a win-win! Now with the release of the CoolBot Pro he’s even happier!  Instead of walking out to …

Urban Farmer Curtis Stone Upgrades to CoolBot Pro

Curtis Stone has been busy, very busy.  His money generating urban farm (one third of an acre equals $75,000 a year!) keeps him busy as does traveling the world teaching other farmers how to streamline their process and produce like his farm does. When we spoke with Curtis two years ago he outlined his three steps to profitable urban farming: …

Lagers Need Love Too – Caveman Brews Year Round With CoolBot

Jeff Bonner started out homebrewing in 1989 in Arizona. He’d just gotten married, and his new wife, Alison — who’s a total book nerd — had recently joined a bookclub. It was in this very book club that Alison stumbled upon a “How To Brew” book that came with a fermentor and homebrew kit, which she brought home for Jeff. …

CoolBot Keeps Natalie Gill’s Flowers Fresh In San Diego Heat

About five years ago, Natalie Gill found herself sitting at her corporate job in Human Resources. She recalls the moment vividly: “I was like, I can not take one more day of doing this,” she tells us. “I need to figure out something else for my life.” So she wrote herself a list. I want to: Work with my hands …

Certified Wine Judge Kristen Lindelow Gives CoolBot Two Thumbs Up

Kristen Lindelow has your dream job. She’s a wine judge. Yes, you read that right. She gets paid to travel around the world, taste wine and then rate it. But she wasn’t always such a lush (kidding!). Once upon a time, Kristen had a full time career as an operations manager for Underground Atlanta, Inc. before moving to Orlando where …

Introducing the CoolBot Pro: Interview with Store It Cold CEO Brian Murphy

Once upon a time, farmer Ron Kholsa and his college roommate Timothy, an Engineer from Cornell University, tried tinkering around with an A/C unit, attempting to trick it into cooling down to 34 degrees.. Lo and behold, it worked! Now — twelve years and 50K satisfied customers later — Store It Cold has revolutionized the way small business owners, farmers, …