Raymond Aniban Jr. has been inventing clever contraptions since he was seven years old! Notably, in high school he was awarded a Gold Key for a piece of art that he created that went on display in multiple states. His primary inspiration in this regard was his grandfather, who also had a knack for creativity. Having worked in carpentry, masonry, and roofing, Ray has demonstrated a rare ability for applying that creativity in a hands-on fashion.
However, for the past twenty-five years, Mr. Aniban has been working (in an office job capacity) for the city and county of Honolulu, Hawaii. Even in that capacity, he has applied his natural inventiveness to water treatment and related issues, resulting in his first two patents. Well-respected at his workplace, Ray is also known for his reliability and attention-to-detail. That's why the design of the Best of Both Words greeting card is so thoroughly attuned to the needs of the modern greeting card consumer.
From his own work-related need to send transmit large video files in flash drives (because they were too large for e-mail), Ray began thinking of how the convenience of such compact media devices could enhance the message conveyed by a greeting card with videos, photos, and music. In this manner, a greeting card providing the best of both traditional/paper and digital communications, i.e. the "best of both worlds" concept, was born.
Presently, Mr. Aniban is eager to commercialize this invention and make it available to the growing legions of paper greeting card consumers around the world. A mutually beneficial licensing deal would be his preferred method for such commercialization To that end, Mr. Aniban invites all serious inquiries from established or up-and-coming industry participants to get in touch.