A MESSAGE FROM THE BANNER BARON
Nobody really knows who actually invented the wheel. The first appearance seems to have been in Mesopotamia. Wheels with spokes were later seen on Egyptian chariots. It appears that neither the Incans, the Aztecs, nor the Mayans used the wheel, although they came up with some other pretty groovy stuff like astronomy, popcorn, chocolate, and an early version of soccer. The ancient Greeks get credit for the wheelbarrow, the Poles most likely built the first wagon with wheels, and an Englishman from Bath built the first wheelchair. Fast forward a couple of hundred years or so and we have the wheeled, snap-in sign frame from eSigns.com. Not quite as important as the previously mentioned inventions but it does score high on the utility scale for retailers. You can snap its signs in and out and when you want to move it, you can use the wheels. Hence the name, Wheeled Snap-In. Personally, I’m quite grateful for the invention of wheels that go on fast cars. Very. Fast. Cars. Varoom.
The Banner Baron