Today marks an important step in the history of the world’s first demo fork. The HONEY BADGER team closed out our first market event, placing the tools in hardware and lumber stores in 13 states. Store owners and buyers were enthusiastic about bringing the tool to their customers, and we’re excited to be one step closer to getting the tool in the hands of every demo day-er in the country. We’ve had many requests from customers who want to purchase the demo fork in-store, instead of waiting on shipping. We made it a goal to get into stores in 2019,
TROY, KS, October 23, 2018—At this year’s Magnolia Market Silobration event on October 20th, Chip Gaines awarded $15,000 to Northeast Kansas entrepreneurs Corey & Katie Kostman to market their tool product line, HONEY BADGER® demo forks. The Kostmans were one of six Saturday winners of the Chipstarter 2.0 contest. The contest was started in 2017 by the HGTV star as a way to help dreams become realities, states the website. A 2-minute video was required to enter the contest. “Our dream is to get the demo fork into retail stores across the nation,” explained Kostman. “We requested funds to assist
Most likely both of them! I say that a little tongue-in-cheek, but there is some truth to it. Figuring out which Demo Fork is right for you is a little challenging, especially if you’ve never used either before. After all, this isn’t your grandpa’s wrecking bar. This is a new animal, and we get a ton of questions as folks try to learn more about it. If you are a contractor, we generally recommend having both sizes available in your tool trailer. The 56 inch large size will accomplish the most amount of work in the shortest amount of time.