"I got my SeV in time for my trip to Japan. It was just what I needed. All my little gadgets have a place and there's still more room left over. I also love the little notes in each pocket suggesting what you might put in it. What a great invention! I'm going to turn all my techie musician friends on to it."
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In 2007, he sold his house and decided to embark on a life of nomadic adventure, and has been traveling the world ever since. He has visited all 7 continents and has taken his SCOTTEVEST along with him on these excursions. He is truly defining the “trip of his life”!
Distinguished Career Professor of Computer Science and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University
Former Chief Technologist at the FCC and SeV Advisory Board Member, "When I travel , my Vest is like a Fibber McGee closet. Everything is stashed in it. Keys, tools, cell phones, iPods and food. When I walk through TSA security it must look like a junk shop. (It is neat having everything in one place for travel and the Vest wins). All I have to do is remember where I put my business cards when I am in Japan. My Vest is my traveling office."
On driving a Wide Open Nevada buggy through the Nevada desert while wearing his SCOTTEVEST. "I wore the jacket for the trip from Detroit to the starting point in Las Vegas, and with the cold weather and 7,000-plus ft altitude, the jacket was a lifesaver."
Terri Morrison is Co-author of nine books, including Kiss, Bow or Shake Hands®: The Bestselling Guide to Doing Business in More Than Sixty Countries (A Library Journal Best Business Books Winner, with over 285,000 copies sold) and Dun & Bradstreet’s Guide to Doing Business Around the World.
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