The newly designed homeless wearable-sleeping-bag-tent
The newly designed homeless wearable-sleeping-bag-tent is meant to keep you safe to avoid dying in freezing temperatures!
There is not another like it on the market!
The homeless wearable-sleeping-bag-tent is great for almost any cold climate; and, you’ll find it perfect in Colorado’s San Juan National Forest, too.
Trekking on mountainous terrain in this compact and lightweight, convertible coat/sleeping/bag/tent will be lighter and more fun when you’re on the go!
When you dare to camp outside when the weather is bitter cold, don’t leave without our wearable-sleeping-bag-tent to keep you warm!
Our wearable-sleeping-bag-tent is the solution!
Snowfall and temperatures below freezing are dangerous conditions for a homeless person camping in makeshift tents. Hypothermia and frost bite causes death from exposure to cold winds and icy conditions. Our camping system will help keep you dry, warm, and protected; thus, you’re safe from exposure to winter’s threats.
In the Rockies of Southwest Colorado, weather is unpredictable in high elevations above 6,500 Ft. This wearable-sleeping-bag-tent is great for anyone venturing in snow-covered areas.
If caught in a snow storm, nothing is worse than to be caught without warm sleeping gear!
Waterproof, water-resistant and tear-resistant! The newly designed wearable-sleeping-bag-tent is lightweight for temperatures less than 30-degrees Fahrenheit.
The sleeping bag is designed with a tent to act as a body shield when you’re sitting out on rainy and windy days. Use the wearable-sleeping-bag-tent inside an outer tent and you’ll have an added layer of warmth. By the way, if your outer tent collapses from heavy snow, and you’re inside your shielded sleeping bag–we are working on a strong rib in the tented shield to allow for breathing room.
The tent is made of NoSeeum Ripstop, so you can see out and others won’t see you.
Patented by a disabled Veteran!
Veteran Thomas Poore is a disabled Veteran. He holds the patent to the basic idea.
I am grateful to receive Tom’s permission and agreement to work with me in this new design (refer to Patent image).
A long coat is preferred by the homeless. A skirt is preferred to the pants. See hooded coat image.
Imagine a personal shield keeping you dry and warm in a cold winter’s night.
Join our team to get this to market
More information is found at Baukat Enterprises website!
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Community Compassion Outreach for the Homeless
I’m also the executive director of Community Compassion Outreach, a program for the homeless. Pastor Jon Alsdorf of Durango Christian Church is Homeless Outreach Minister. He supports my idea to get an attractive, wearable-sleeping-bag-tent to the homeless; and, to hire the homeless to package and ship the new product.
I’m introducing a project that we call “Give Us Dirty Work” in finding employment for the homeless. We are excited that our city and county leaders have reviewed the project that will benefit Downtown Durango in the Beautification of our city.
Homeless workers will clean trash bins, alleyways, and other work to make our town shine clean!
A separate bank account is set up for donations to Community Compassion Outreach. Donations will be used to buy cleaning solutions and hand tools like rakes, shovels, brushes, dust pans, rags, and garbage bags.
Click to give a Tax Deductible Donation!
Every penny counts to help the poor who are without warm shelter from the cold!
To get our new homeless wearable-sleeping-bag-tent to market, I’m looking for people who have the same passion to help the poor and the homeless. A team of energetic and creative individuals will get the message out for this new idea to be a reality!
Funds will be used to hire a professional sewing contractor with experience to put our design to a digitized pattern. I already have the right contractor ready with drawings to begin work for sewing patterns, a prototype and approximately 200 first articles.
Investors and serious partners are welcome to contact me here.
You can help by donating to this cause at the links below: