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My name is Thomas Foster. My wife Donna, my son Douglas, and I own Strapworks.com. Here is a little background on the “History of Strapworks.com”.
In 1976, I started making cam straps for myself and a few boating friends. When other boaters saw our fancy straps (versus their ropes and spring buckle straps), they just had to know where to buy some. Strapworks was born out of that simple formula. Although our first straps were all black, I really wanted to have some color involved. And, I was really tired of arguing over which straps in the pile were mine. So, I found some yellow webbing and separated myself from the herd. Of course, the color idea snowballed. Literally for years, Strapworks was the only strap manufacturer using any colored webbing. Our strap business prospered. We started the idea of color coding different lengths of straps for easy identification. After a few years, other suppliers saw our success and started offering colored straps. But it was a weak attempt. They would offer only a few colors and only in set lengths.
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