Monday, December 31, 2007

Smother Movie Trailer (Has IKAN Bowler in It)

Hi all!

I still don't know when the movie Smother will be released in theaters, or if it will go straight to video, but below is the trailer (movie preview) for it. With Diane Keaton and Liv Tyler (two of Hollywood's A-list in my opinion) I would think it would be released in theaters. But, anyway, our wheelchair bowling device, the IKAN Bowler, is attached to a three-wheeled scooter (scooter bowling, anyone?:) and makes an appearance at the 1:44 point of the trailer. As a word of caution, the movie is R-rated and the trailer is probably PG-13 (although children probably wouldn't pickup on the innuendo)...

Click HERE for the direct YouTube link.

Click HERE for five things to know about power wheelchair bowling!

Friday, November 30, 2007

IKAN User Profile: Jeff Parker, Florida

My buddy, and fellow Central Florida Quad Squad Bowler, Jeff Parker is this month's profile. Bowling wise, Jeff sets the pace for bowlers with Muscular Dystrophy; his high score (mentioned with his below profile) is the current record for bowlers with MD. Jeff has a zest for life; he loves having fun and loves watching NASCAR (his favorite driver is Tony Stewart). A while back, Jeff said that bowling with the IKAN Bowler "is an absolute blast, the most fun I’ve had in a long time." And it really didn't surprise me when he added a touch of NASCAR/Tony Stewart to his IKAN Bowler, by having some friends paint a special black finish with orange, razor-edged flames on the sides his IKAN Bowler! :-)

Here's Jeff's profile, and pictures are below...


Name: Jeff Parker
Age: 37
Location: Lady Lake, FL
Reason for Wheelchair Use: Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
Onset or Injury Date: I was diagnosed in 1975 and have been in a wheelchair for 25 years.
Wheelchair Operation Method: Joystick operated
High Bowling Score: 172
Approximate Bowling Average: 135
Typical Range of Scores: 100-150
Bowling Frequency: Generally once a month when our Central Florida Quad Squad bowls at Spanish Springs Lanes in The Villages, but I do occasionally go to Classique Lanes when Quad Squad bowling is there in Tavares. [Ok, Bill here interjecting this comment... what readers don't know is Jeff likes to talk some trash when he's bowling, so I'm going to throw some back here: "Come on Jeff, Spanish Springs is 5 minutes from your house -- you gotta bowl more often if you're gonna beat me more than once in a blue moon at Quad Squad outings!!!" :-)]
Bowling Ball(s): Columbia White Dot but I’m looking for a new one.
Quote from Jeff: "Life is too short; live each day to the fullest!"


Thanks for sharing and being a good sport Jeff! :-)

Click HERE for two videos and a slideshow of two Quad Squad outings (before Jeff got his flames on his Bowler) and here's the pictures of his new paint job...

Wednesday, October 31, 2007

IKAN User Profile: Jon Musgrave, Colorado

I've mentioned Jon Musgrave in some previous blog entries. Jon is the world record holder for dynamic bowling by a wheelchair user. When he got an IKAN Bowler, he bowled 3-5 days per week for more than a year, and wrote: "Who could have thought that one thing could change a person's life so much. I have something that I'm good at to look forward to enjoying every day; something I can share with my family and friends. I can tell you this for sure, my life has not been the same since I got my IKAN Bowler®."

See below to find out more...


Name: Jon Musgrave
Age: 36
Location: Grand Junction, Colorado
Reason for Wheelchair Use: Spinal Cord Injury C4-5
Onset or Injury Date: April 19, 1991
Wheelchair Operation Method: powerchair joystick
High Bowling Score: 243 <-- World Record (see scoresheet HERE:)
Approximate Bowling Average: 165
Typical Range of Scores: 130-214 (like Bill, I'm also not the most consistent:)
Bowling Frequency: Lately on Monday nights with my 10 year old son in a league, and I try to go once or twice a week. My 243 is good, but I want to be the first to bowl 300! :-)
Bowling Ball(s): First ball is a Hurricane; second (for spares) is a Columbia White Dot
Quote from Jon: "Bowling is a great way to take your mind away from everything and just be happy."


Thanks for sharing Jon! :-)

Click HERE for five things to know about power wheelchair bowling!

Sunday, September 30, 2007

IKAN User Profile: Bill Miller, Florida

Most of the previous blog entries were to set the foundation with all the background info about power wheelchair bowling, power soccer, and how our products can empower wheelchair users (scroll down or click HERE for Five Key Things to Know). Now I want to start profiling people who think life is better as an IKAN User.

To kick this off, since I haven't established a format yet, I'm going to start with me and get my profile out of the way.


Name: Bill Miller
Age: 30
Location: Central Florida (Leesburg)
Reason for Wheelchair Use: Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) at C1-2 level
Onset or Injury Date: August 23rd, 1997
Wheelchair Operation Method: Sip-and-puff
High Bowling Score: 202 (twice achieved)
Approximate Bowling Average: 155
Typical Range of Scores: 130-180 (I'm NOT the most consistent!:)
Bowling Frequency: Typically twice a month for Quad Squad outings (scroll down or click HERE for Quad Squad info; I'd like to bowl more, but my current schedule won't allow it)
Bowling Ball(s): Columbia White Dot (very economical)
Quote from Bill: "Life doesn't have to be a spectator sport -- even for people with significant physical challenges."


Friday, August 31, 2007

The Quad Squad...

The Quad Squad refers to a group of friends with varying levels and types of quadriplegia (a quadriplegic is broadly defined as someone with impairment in all four limbs and can result from spinal cord injury, muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, and other conditions).

We have a Central Florida Quad Squad group that goes bowling regularly. Quad Squad member Rhonda Reese, a C4-5 quadriplegic since August of 1991, came up with our name. We usually bowl on the second and fourth Saturday of each month, from roughly 4-6 p.m. at a Central Florida bowling alley. We typically bowl at Classique Lanes in Tavares on the second Saturday of the month, and at Spanish Springs Lanes in The Villages on the fourth Saturday. Anyone who wants to watch or try power wheelchair bowling with an IKAN Bowler is more than welcome to join us. Please e-mail me ( in advance to verify that we are on for bowling at our usual time and place, and if you want to try it, so we can make sure to have an extra IKAN Bowler available.

Any group of quadriplegic friends can use the Quad Squad name; it's not trademarked or anything, so people in a certain geographic area can feel free to use it, e.g. Phoenix Quad Squad, Chicago Quad Squad, etc.

If you're local to Central Florida, think you might visit, or just want to know what we're doing, I'd be happy to put you on my Quad Squad e-mail list, to which I send updates and verification of when and where we're bowling. I'm not the overall record holder, that honor belongs to Jon Musgrave with an amazing 243, but I'm a pretty good bowler and have had five games over 200 (three 201s and two 202s). So... to help keep my "ego in check" per my Dad:-) he has offered $20 to any IKAN User who beats my best score of the afternoon. To further encourage competition, he also pays for our bowling. So come on out and we'll have some FUN! :-)

Click HERE (or scroll way down) for Two Videos and a Slideshow depicting Quad Squad outings!

HERE (or scroll down) for Five Things to Know about Power Wheelchair Bowling!


Bill Miller :-)
C1-2 Quadriplegic with a 202 High Bowling Game
Co-founder of Manufacturing Genuine Thrills Inc. d/b/a MGT
Business website:
Personal website:

Sunday, July 22, 2007

Five Things to Know about Power Wheelchair Bowling! :-)

#1. Virtually ALL power wheelchair users can use an IKAN Bowler for real, dynamic bowling. (Wheelchair users, IKAN? Yes You Can!:)

How can virtually all wheelchair users bowl? The IKAN Bowler attaches to the user's wheelchair, and is designed so that anyone who can safely drive their chair, can bowl. It's basically a really well engineered attached ramp system -- the momentum from driving forward and stopping releases the ball. We have two types of mounts: Universal and Center-Post. The Universal Mount can accommodate any wheelchair with two side legrests (traditional or sport style legrests; not power elevating -- but people with power elevating legrests can use a set of regular legrests when bowling). The Center-Post Mount is a custom mount designed for newer chairs with the legrest system that has the foot pads coming off the single center post. Between those two mounts, we can accommodate the vast majority of wheelchairs on the market and in use today.

What makes it real bowling? The United States Bowling Congress (USBC) sanctioned the IKAN Bowler for league play -- any league, anywhere in the U.S. -- bowling with and/or against able-bodied bowlers, or fellow IKAN Users. The USBC sanctioned it because the process mimics the able-bodied bowling process, i.e. setup, physically approach and release the ball upon stopping at the foul line. This is referred to as dynamic bowling, not stationary ramp bowling.

Who bowls and what are top scores? Thus far we've had people with Muscular Dystrophy, Cerebral Palsy, and Spinal Cord Injury, driving their chairs with different methods (joystick, sip-and-puff, head control and chin control) achieve scores of 150 and higher. The overall record is 243 by a spinal cord injured C4-5 quadriplegic in Colorado named Jon Musgrave. Click HERE for our message board thread with additional records.

#2. The IKAN Bowler is considered therapeutic medical equipment, and as such, financial assistance is available in most every state. One customer ONLY had to pay the SHIPPING cost for an IKAN Bowler! Click HERE to contact us for details!

#3. For $599 the IKAN Bowler with Universal Mount can be purchased and delivered anywhere in the continental United States. There's no sales tax for residents outside the state of Florida and shipping is included to the continental U.S. We can ship worldwide, click HERE to contact us for a shipping quote.

#4. Our mounts work with both the IKAN Bowler and IKAN Soccer Guard, enabling users to compete in two sports! Our quality mounts actually reinforce the legrests, especially compared to most existing mounts for power soccer. We have the best power soccer equipment available anywhere. Power soccer is already a popular sport being played lots of places. Click HERE for details.

#5. You've got to see it to believe it -- click HERE for links to two videos and a slideshow on power wheelchair bowling -- it's social, therapeutic, recreational, allows for legitimate competition, and it's a whole lot of FUN! :-)


Bill Miller :-)
C1-2 Quadriplegic with a 202 High Bowling Game
Co-founder of Manufacturing Genuine Thrills Inc. d/b/a MGT
Business website:
Personal website:

Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Two Videos and a Slideshow on Power Wheelchair Bowling! :-)

Greetings! :-)

At the links below are videos showing two different Quad Squad Bowling outings, one of which is accompanied by a picture slideshow. We currently have about 8 Central Florida Quad Squad members who get together and bowl generally twice a month (contact me for more info if you want to check us out and/or join us!:). We generally have 3-4 wheelchair users bowling, and it just so happens that the same three are in the two videos below.

Video one:
Video two:

Video one above is very well done; it has tastefully appropriate music throughout, so I'm going to provide some commentary if you're interested:)...

That's me at the beginning having the Universal Mount and IKAN Bowler arm attached to my chair. I've been a C1-2 quadriplegic for almost 10 years, after dislocating two vertebrae in my neck in a freak fall that actually occurred in my off-campus apartment when I was a student at the University of Florida (I'm back in school at UF via their online business program). I'm bowling with the Blue ball and controlling my chair via sip-and-puff.

My friend Jeff is bowling with the Orange & Black ball (which he got because he likes Tony Stewart -- I joke and say that Tony Stewart ball is holding his game back!:). Jeff has Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and bowls via joystick. Our friend Melissa, she has Cerebral Palsy, she's bowling on the other side of Jeff and she uses a head array to control her chair. The videographer / editor was trying to get good shots from everyone, and to keep it relatively short. The lanes were pretty dry that day and I think we all struggled bowling a little bit. My ball wasn't breaking nearly as much as normal, with my strike setup.

Where the ball's finger holes are positioned, determines the shape of the shot. With my ball, when all the finger holes are on the left, it curves left, and when they're all on the right, it curves right. If the holes straddle the top, it goes straight. I usually use a straight ball setup when attempting spares.

Video two and the accompanying slideshow were done (very well:) by the Central Florida ABC News affiliate. Both have narration accompanying them, so I won't elaborate here.

If you want to see the record scores for multiple categories of wheelchair users, checkout our message board and feel free to register & post! Here are the links:

Main forum:
Bowling records:

For more of the basics and details about power wheelchair bowling, see my introduction to this blog, scroll way down or click HERE! :-)


Bill Miller :-)
C1-2 Quadriplegic with a 202 High Game
Co-founder of Manufacturing Genuine Thrills Inc. d/b/a MGT
Business website:
Personal website:

Friday, May 25, 2007

Smother Movie Uses IKAN Bowler®!

(If you have no idea what the IKAN Bowler is, please see the intro to this blog, scroll way down or click HERE:)...

Here are three pictures from the movie
Smother, which is set to be released in late 2007. Smother stars two from Hollywood's A-list, Diane Keaton and Liv Tyler, and an up-and-coming actor, Dax Shepard (see the link above for more details). As you can see in the pictures below, the IKAN Bowler was used in filming a scene for the movie. Assistant producer Stanley Monahan found the IKAN Bowler, contacted us, and of course we were quite excited that they wanted to use the IKAN Bowler in their movie. What was surprising (in a good way) was that they put the IKAN Bowler on a 3-wheeled scooter! That could potentially open up bowling to another group of people, scooter users, in addition to power wheelchair users. We were told they also had the IKAN Bowler on a wheelchair, but we really have no idea as to what will actually be shown in the movie. The movie's central figure (Shepard) is a physical therapist and apparently there's a scene where he's with someone who is using the IKAN Bowler (it's therapeutic recreation:). But I'm kinda guessing on that, I really don't know how or even if it will make the final editing cut. But these pictures show that they used the IKAN Bowler in filming a scene for the movie... enjoy! :-)

Bill Miller :-)
C1-2 Quadriplegic with a 202 High Game
Co-inventor of the IKAN Bowler®
Business website:
Personal website:

Above on the left I think is Dax Shepard, and in the middle is indeed Diane Keaton, a very accomplished actress that most movie watchers have probably seen in multiple films.

Monday, April 30, 2007

Ikan PRICE BREAK -- MUST Read! :-)

If you read the introduction to this blog (please do if you haven't, scroll down or click HERE:) I promised user profiles and news items about how we're getting power wheelchair users back in the game of life. We're trying to get the word out on our products every way possible. We also have a message board on our website. I recently wrote a post called "Price Break -- MUST Read!" which I MUST share here:)...

Hello all! :-)

First off, please know that our products are very well made and cost us quite a bit to manufacture. If I shared the exact details, every experienced businessperson would say our retail prices have been very fair to our customers. However, we truly want as many people as possible to experience the benefits of our products (contact us, we'll try to get your local bowling center to buy an IKAN Bowler or two; also keep in mind that most states have financial assistance available -- one customer only had to pay the shipping cost for an IKAN Bowler -- the state paid the rest, seriously, contact us for details). :-)

To give customers a break below retail, those of you who have followed our progress, you may remember we recently had a program called the "IKAN User Reward and Give Back Program." Essentially, what this did was Reward IKAN Users who were responsible for a sale with 10% commission, and we also were Giving Back 5% to resource organizations (like the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation or the Miami Project to Cure Paralysis) or rehab facilities (like Shepherd Center or Craig Hospital) of the purchaser's choice.

Our potential customers liked the Program but since we were essentially giving back 15% of each sale, why not just drop all prices by 15%? Then purchasers can keep or distribute a portion of the savings, if they wish, plus more people will be able to afford their own.

We debated this for several reasons. With the Program, resource organizations and rehab facilities (like those mentioned above) had a direct reason to advertise our products in their newsletters and on their websites, etc., which would help us reach more wheelchair users and it didn't require an up-front advertising fee (just the 5% Give Back). We (MGT) are a small company funded mostly by the three co-founders (who all have physical disabilities) and our friends and families. We don't have much of an advertising budget. The Program basically allotted 5% and 10% to different sources, which served as incentive to advertise and tell people about our products. That WAS the bulk of our advertising budget.

However, with some relatively innovative Internet marketing programs, we noticed we're getting quite a few hits on our website daily. Plus, we will continue to show resource organizations and rehab facilities how their customers can benefit from our products, and hopefully we can get feature stories in each. So, we have decided to give a full 15% to each and every purchaser directly, by dropping all prices by 15%. :-)

But wait... there's more! Sorry to sound like a cheesy infomercial, but we're actually dropping the price of our primary product, the IKAN Bowler with Universal Mount, MORE than 15%. As always, shipping to the continental U.S. is included in all prices (we can ship anywhere in the world, call us for a quote). The IKAN Bowler with Universal Mount was $719.00. Taking exactly 15% off that price (which actually reduces shipping by 15%, even though our shipping costs remain the same) the IKAN Bowler with Universal Mount would be $611.15. We decided we wanted it to be under the psychological barrier of $600. Also, for all residents outside of the state of Florida, there is no sales tax (being a Florida-based company, Florida residents must pay state sales tax). The IKAN Bowler with Universal Mount, shipping included, no tax outside of Florida, is now $599.00 (I know, that's real close to $600 but, come on, we're going more than 15% below a very fair original retail price and we can't provide products if we go out of business!). :-)

Here are the exact price changes of all products:

IKAN Universal Mount
Was $342.00... NOW $290.70 (Includes S/H*)
(Buy a Combo Package and Save!)

IKAN Bowler® (Arm)
Was $409.00... NOW $347.65 (Includes S/H*)
(Buy a Combo Package and Save!)

IKAN Soccer Guard, SG-1004
Was $202.00... NOW $171.70 (Includes S/H*)
(Buy a Combo Package and Save!)

Combination "A" BUM-1005
Includes Universal Mount and IKAN Bowler®.
Was $719.00... NOW $599.00 (Includes S/H*)
(Save $39.35 off the individual component totals!*)

Combination “C” SGUM-1007
Includes Universal Mount and IKAN Soccer Guard.
Was $512.00... NOW $435.20 (Includes S/H*)
(Save $27.20 off the individual component totals!*)

Combination “E” UMBSG-1009
Includes Universal Mount, IKAN Bowler®, and IKAN Soccer Guard.
Was $889.00... NOW $755.65 (Includes S/H*)
(Save $54.40 off the individual component totals!*)

Combination “G” SGUM4X-1011
Includes 4 Universal Mounts and 4 IKAN Soccer Guards.
Was $1,896.00... NOW $1,611.60 (Includes S/H*)
(Save $129.20 over the Combination “C” price!*)

Combination “H” SGUM8X-1012
Includes 8 Universal Mounts and 8 IKAN Soccer Guards.
Was $3,792.00... NOW $3,223.20 (Includes S/H*)
(Save $258.40 over the Combination “C” price!*)

*Shipping & handling included to continental U.S., contact us for quote to ship elsewhere.

If you look at our store, you'll see additional offerings that have the Center-Post Mount instead of the Universal Mount. That is a custom mount for certain new styles of wheelchair that utilize a single center-post style legrest setup, instead of the traditional two side legrests. Because it's custom to each chair, we ask people to call us for a quote.


I may have shared more information above (about our business) than perhaps I should have. But these are things I would tell my fellow wheelchair users face-to-face so they know we're truly trying to help as many people as possible. I'm sitting on a $400 seat cushion (so are most wheelchair users). While the cushion is an absolute necessity, I promise you the IKAN Bowler at $599 will provide more meaningful experiences and memories. Get maximum value out of that cushion and get back in the game of life -- bowling and power soccer are sports available to virtually all power wheelchair users. The benefits are fun, social, therapeutic, competitive, and recreational for users -- and inspirational to able-bodied folk who see us performing. :-)


Bill Miller :-)
C1-2 Quadriplegic with a 202 High Game
Co-founder of Manufacturing Genuine Thrills Inc. d/b/a MGT
Business website:
Personal website:
emPOWERing Wheelchair Users

Introduction -- emPOWERing Wheelchair Users! :-)

Welcome to my blog! :-)

I'll cut to the chase -- this blog will illuminate how power wheelchair users are getting back in the game of life.

I'm one such power wheelchair user.

My name is Bill Miller; I'm a ventilator-dependent quadriplegic due to a spinal cord injury incurred August 23rd, 1997. I'm diagnosed as a C1-2 (complete) quadriplegic -- and I have a legitimate 202 high bowling game.

Several years ago, I wanted to get back in the game of life, but there really was no way, no sport or recreational endeavor that I could actively participate in. But I can operate my power wheelchair independently (with my mouth) via what's called a sip-and-puff system (I'm paralyzed from the neck down). My Stepmom saw how well I could drive my wheelchair, and absolutely knew there must be some way that I could bowl, using my chair.

She eventually got me together with a retired engineer named Claude Giguere (pronounced: G-gair). The two of us got together and invented a really cool way for me to bowl, and if someone who is completely paralyzed from the neck down (like me) can bowl -- shouldn't virtually any wheelchair user also be able to bowl?

That idea -- and the genuine desire to improve the quality of life for people whose bodies require them to use power wheelchairs -- is now embodied in a company called Manufacturing Genuine Thrills, Inc. doing business as MGT (for short). That first strike is a genuine thrill. The name for the bowling device comes from a Greek word, ikano, meaning enable. What enables me and can enable virtually all power wheelchair users to bowl is the IKAN Bowler®.

Wheelchair users: IKAN? Yes You Can! :-)

When developing the IKAN Bowler (which really started back in 2003) another sport for power wheelchair users was starting to blossom -- power soccer -- which is already pretty popular. But after doing some research, we learned from power soccer players that the only commercial soccer guard (a 3-sided shield that protects the user's legs and enables him or her to push an extra-large soccer ball) available, that using it occasionally resulted in damage to their wheelchairs (it used a single clamp to attach the guard to one of the user's legrests, and while there aren't supposed to be any collisions playing power soccer, if one did occur, sometimes the legrest would break off from the wheelchair).

In developing the IKAN Bowler, by far the most challenging aspect was developing an easy, quality mounting system that could fit multiple styles of wheelchair. We developed (and have a patent pending on) a Universal Mount that will work on every wheelchair with two side legrests (not power-elevating legrests, users with those can get a set of standard legrests to use for bowling/soccer; we also have a mount that accommodates chairs with the new center-post style legrests). So we developed the IKAN Soccer Guard to work with our Universal Mount (it also works with the center-post mount). The quality two-clamp system is able to withstand any reasonable collision. We repeatedly rammed a brick wall with the IKAN Soccer Guard and Universal Mount attached to a manual wheelchair (used for testing purposes) and we couldn't break the guard or the legrests. True story. (The center-post style is even more crash resistant.)

The beauty of our mounts is that with the IKAN Bowler attachment and the IKAN Soccer Guard attachment, people can do two sports (not at the same time, of course:). We're quite proud to be able to offer the ability to play two sports to people with significant physical disabilities that require the use of power wheelchairs -- including people with Cerebral Palsy, Muscular Dystrophy, Spina Bifida, Spinal Cord Injuries, Quadriplegia, Multiple Sclerosis and more.

Medical experts and IKAN Users have said using our products is fun, social, therapeutic, competitive, and recreational.

The world record holder for bowling by a quadriplegic is Jon Musgrave, a C4-5 quad due to a spinal cord injury in 1991. Jon bowls anywhere from 3-5 days a week, and bowled an amazing 243. He said: "Who could have thought that one thing could change a person's life so much. I have something that I'm good at to look forward to enjoying every day; something I can share with my family and fiends. I can tell you this for sure, my life has not been the same since I got my IKAN Bowler®."

That's how we're getting power wheelchair users back in the game of life.

With this blog, I plan to tell you more about Jon, and others like Jon. I want to profile people who think life is better with the IKAN Bowler. I'll bring some IKAN Soccer Guard news here also, but our primary product is the IKAN Bowler. There is no other assistive bowling device that enables users to mimic the able-bodied bowling process, i.e. setup, begin the approach and release the ball upon reaching the foul line.

The IKAN Bowler attaches to the user's wheelchair. A caddy places the ball atop the IKAN Bowler, as the user instructs (how the finger holes are positioned determines the shape of the shot). The user's knowledge of the ball, plus where the user sets up, then drives forward, turning the chair slightly left and right (aiming the shot) as necessary when approaching the foul line, and finally braking the wheelchair which sends the ball down the IKAN Bowler -- that is what determines how well we bowl.

The United States Bowling Congress (USBC) declared that process and the IKAN Bowler acceptable for league play -- any league anywhere in the U.S. -- sanctioning it for competition with and against able-bodied bowlers or IKAN Users.

Ok, that sets the foundation for this blog. I'll be back soon with the first profile and story about an IKAN User. I am also in school via the University of Florida's online business program (bachelor's degree) which takes up quite a bit of time, but I'll have at least one blog entry each month.

Our IKAN products are available right now for shipping anywhere in the world (shipping to the continental United States is included in the price, but we can ship anywhere).

Anyone who may be interested, ABSOLUTELY MUST READ my next post about a PRICE BREAK on our products (click HERE!:).

Thank you very much for your interest! :-)


Bill Miller :-)
C1-2 Quadriplegic with a 202 High Game
Co-founder of Manufacturing Genuine Thrills Inc. d/b/a MGT
Business website:
Personal website:
emPOWERing Wheelchair Users!