Student advances to Invention Convention nationals


Provided photo Savannah Swanson, a sixth grader at Piqua Central Intermediate School, will travel to Washington, D.C. next week with her invention, C.H.I.R.P: Chest Hair Instant Removal Pads. Her idea is a cheap, effective alternative to the use of razors when hair removal is needed in an emergency situation such as a heart attack. Swanson will compete against students from across the country at the U.S. Patent and Trademark office for an Invention Convention national title. Her goal is to get a patent on her invention and save thousands of lives.


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Savannah Swanson, a sixth grader at Piqua Central Intermediate School, will travel to Washington, D.C. next week with her invention, C.H.I.R.P: Chest Hair Instant Removal Pads. Her idea is a cheap, effective alternative to the use of razors when hair removal is needed in an emergency situation such as a heart attack. Swanson will compete against students from across the country at the U.S. Patent and Trademark office for an Invention Convention national title. Her goal is to get a patent on her invention and save thousands of lives.

Provided photo Savannah Swanson, a sixth grader at Piqua Central Intermediate School, will travel to Washington, D.C. next week with her invention, C.H.I.R.P: Chest Hair Instant Removal Pads. Her idea is a cheap, effective alternative to the use of razors when hair removal is needed in an emergency situation such as a heart attack. Swanson will compete against students from across the country at the U.S. Patent and Trademark office for an Invention Convention national title. Her goal is to get a patent on her invention and save thousands of lives.
http://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2017/05/web1_savannah.jpgProvided photo Savannah Swanson, a sixth grader at Piqua Central Intermediate School, will travel to Washington, D.C. next week with her invention, C.H.I.R.P: Chest Hair Instant Removal Pads. Her idea is a cheap, effective alternative to the use of razors when hair removal is needed in an emergency situation such as a heart attack. Swanson will compete against students from across the country at the U.S. Patent and Trademark office for an Invention Convention national title. Her goal is to get a patent on her invention and save thousands of lives.