Incubator Client Paul’s Rocket Stoves announces upcoming product demonstration dates

Local startup and Incubator client, Paul’s Rocket Stoves, announced upcoming locations and dates for demonstration of its signature product — a handcrafted cooking appliance that runs on renewable bio-fuel such as wood sticks. Company Founder Paul Jackino will be on hand to demonstrate his Rocket Stoves at these dates and locations:

¯ Aug. 24, 25 and 26 from 9 a.m. to dusk at Barker Common, Fredonia Farm Festival

¯ Sept. 8 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Church Street, Fredonia Farmers’ Market

¯ Oct. 6 and 7 all day at the village of Ellicottville, Fall Festival.

Paul’s Rocket Stoves only use one-third of the wood that a typical open-flame fire would burn. They are a safe, efficient, and legal alternative way to cook and get a natural outdoor experience with friends and family. You can have your own “Rocket Stove Night” by roasting marshmallows, grilling hotdogs, heating apple cider, or cooking a big gourmet meal. Paul’s Rocket Stoves are for everyone who enjoys safe, sustainable, and unique outdoor experiences.

In March this year “Paul’s Rocket Stoves” was published in the Trademark Official Gazette (TMOG) ensuring the ongoing commercial use of the name.

To learn more and get your own custom designed Rocket Stove contact Paul Jackino at paulsrocketstoves@gmail.com or view the Website: https://paulsrocketstoves.com and Facebook page: @PaulsRocketStoves.

In addition to being a client of the Fredonia Technology Incubator, Paul’s Rocket Stoves is also a member of the Fredonia Chamber of Commerce.

The Fredonia Technology Incubator promotes economic growth in Western New York by supporting entrepreneurship and the development of new, innovative companies into successful business ventures. The incubator provides administrative and business services, mentoring, networking, professional consulting, educational opportunities, and access to capital and work ready space. The Incubator is part of Fredonia’s Division of Advancement, Engagement and Economic Development (EED) which facilitates and supports universit community collaborations, and oversees the university’s StartUp NY economic development program.

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