InstaShield LLC was co-founded by Dan Brown Jr. and his father, serial inventor Dan Brown Sr., to quickly fill the void of protective face shields. When they saw news reports of people making face shields on 3-D printers, they were determined to find a way to mass-produce shields in the U.S. and get them to essential workers and consumers expediently.
The Browns used their design, manufacturing and commercialization knowledge to create InstaShield™, a patent-pending, FDA-EUA medical grade shield that fits over the bill of a baseball hat.
The company is proud to manufacture InstaShield in the U.S. It priced InstaShield at $3.99 per unit so that consumers could afford to outfit their entire families, and businesses could provide shields for all of their essential workers. Through its “Million-Shield Challenge,” InstaShield LLC will donate a shield to an essential worker or senior for every one purchased on its website (InstaShieldUSA.com) until it sells one million units.
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