Silbert of Gambrills, Maryland is
the World Famous Inventor of the
a hot summer day in 1998 on the
Severn River (Annapolis, MD), Curt
was faced with a situation that
needed an extra hand. As he was
loading his boat and with his hands
full, he asked his girlfriend to
hold his beer. She adamantly retorted,
"Hold your own damn Beer!"
Reluctantly he said "Fine!"
as he yanked the key from the ignition
and removed the lanyard, attaching
it to the insulated bottle jacket
he was already using and the BeerNeck
concept was born. It would be another
couple of years before the product
was fine tuned and ready to offer
to the public. "It's one thing
to simply wear your beverage, but
if you don't have a resealable cap,
you'll end up 'wearing' your beverage
in the worst way by spilling it
December 20, 2001, Curt launched
after developing this handy drinking
gadget to meet his own needs and
satisfaction and giving away over
1,000 BeerNecks to those who could
appreciate the convenient value
of this innovative device.
by his passion to 'Share the Freedom',
the Internet and National exposure
from articles like September Maxim's
'Drinks on You' and his interview
on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart,
the BeerNeck concept is spreading
around the globe.
on the look out for the BeerNeck
Guy in a town near you. If you happen
to run into him, chances are that
he’ll hook you up with
the Freedom of BeerNeck or BevNeck,
depending on your choice of refreshment.
He has given away thousands of products
this way and truly enjoys giving
(to those who ‘get it’).
For more information about BeerNeck
and the lifestyle of ‘Drinking
Freedom’, please call (301)
535-0102 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.