Innovators and Essentials Video Series: Magic Wheelchair -

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scion-logo-v2In 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 episode, we visit Ryan Weimer, cofounder of Magic Wheelchair, a non-profit organization that builds epic Halloween costumes for children in wheelchairs. Magic Wheelchair was was borne from the costumes Ryan designed and built for his eldest son, Keaton, who was diagnosed with Spinal Muscular Atrophy at 9 months old. Each year, Magic Wheelchair raises money to create halloween costumes for 5 kids around the country. To donate or volunteer visit www.magicwheelchair.org

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