For Tempagenix co-owners April Pollock and Shelly Heller, their disposable paper forehead strips are just what the doctor ordered during the coronavirus pandemic.
Their company started in 2016, and in the last two months they went from $300,000 in annual revenue, to nearly $4 million in business already in 2020. And demand continues to be through the roof.
“This is something. This is working your butt off every single day, 12 to 15 hour day. We probably get anywhere from 50 to 75 requests a day,” said Tempagenix Co-Owner Shelly Heller.
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Written by Dennis Biviano.
Originally published May 1, 2020.