Innovators and Essentials Video Series: Case of Bass -

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In our Innovators and Essentials series, we introduce talented entrepreneurs who are on the brink of making it big in the technology and design fields. We take a look behind the scenes of their company, giving you a glimpse into the future in this original video series.

In this installment, we meet Ezra Cimino-Hurt and his Portland-based company, Case of Bass.  Ezra and his brother have create one of a kind retro-inspired boomboxes. Watch Ezra turn old luggage into sonic works of art.

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