BraLadder™Launches New Invention that Helps Fight Breast Cancer

BraLadder reveals new bra hanger and organizer while donating money to Save the Ta-Tas Foundation to support research and prevention of breast cancer.

Online PR News – 07-November-2012 – 11/6/2012, Austin, TX – Austin, TX Austin inventorsJackie Romanies and Bryan Daigle launch BraLadder™, a patent pending drying rack and hanger for bras, while raising funds to research and prevent breast cancer. They will be donating 1% of BraLadder sales to the "Save the Ta-Tas Foundation" benefitting breast cancer research.

The Save the Ta-tas Foundation is a private, not-for-profit corporation committed to battling cancer at every stage. Donationsl will further the progress of cancer research, and support gifted scientists studying many forms of cancer, focusing on cancer genetics, cell biology and immunology, and sustaining progress in the prevention and treatment of this disease.

"We are excited to launch the BraLadder Hanger, but also to support this great cause for breast cancer prevention and research," said Daigle. "My mother detected her breast cancer in its early stages, and I want other women to have that same opportunity."

Jackie and Bryan teamed up to refine and manufacture Jackie's product because dryers, drawers, and organizers shorten the life of bras, and take up precious drawer and closet space. The BraLadder Hanger can be used with most plastic hangers or clotheslines to vertically dry and store bras and other intimates, and prevent lumps and warps due to storing bras in drawers and cramped closets.

Made of durable plastic with top and bottom hooks and vertical "rails," the BraLadderHanger can be used for drying, storage, and organization. Long Tail Products™, Mr. Daigle's product development company, worked with industrial designers from around the globe to ensure the BraLadder waselegant, compact and functional. As a result, the hanger looks good enough to be hung anywhere in the house or dorm room,and portable enough to travel in a suitcase. TheBraLadder comes with four rails that hold up tofive bras, and can be extended by daisy chaining more rails to create a long "ladder" to dry and store more garments.

After working with industrial designers and manufacturers for nine months, the duo recently launched BraLadder for retailers and consumers on and

The BraLadder prototypes have seen interest from multiple prospective retail partners and Direct Response companies.

About Long Tail Products:

Long Tail Products,an Austin, TX based product design and marketing firm, develops and manufactures high-quality products for Consumer and B2B markets. The firm's product lines include: the Headset Buddy™ line of adapter products for business and call center applications, IP phone, telephone, handheld, and headset interoperability; the bottleBOSS™ line of unique and functional bottle openers;and Sunflower™, a silicone, BPA-free microwaveable omelet maker.

Long Tail's current product portfolio spans more than 35 unique solutions which can be seen at the company's web site:, or on their product web sites at,, and

About Bryan Daigle:

Bryan Daigle graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. In 2011, as Class President, Bryan received an MBA in Entrepreneurship from the highly esteemed Acton MBA program.

Bryan has founded four companies in the last five years. An entrepreneur at heart, he most recently created Long Tail Products, an innovative product development and online retail company that has launched several popular consumer product brands.

About Jacqueline Romanies:

Jacqueline Romanies is a Presidents List honors graduate of Texas Tech University with a Bachelors Degree in Communications, Minor in Dance, whom has recently been admitted as a Doctor of Chiropracty student.Jackie and her brother were recognized entrepreneurs in high school when they jointly developed a web based promotional products company.