Jeffrey Nash

Jeffrey Nash

Born: Lynn, Massachusetts  1954 - Current

Invention: Juppy Baby Walker

A sturdy, effective, comfortable way to teach your child how to move on their own two feet. It teachs your infant how to walk and feel confident they won't get hurt. With its adjustable straps, fleece handgrips, and pleated cotton harness your child will build strength in their legs, work on their balance, and giggle with joy as they take off in a forward motion

Personal Bio

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Jeffrey Nash was born in Lynn, Massachusetts in 1954 and joined the United States Marine Corps in 1976 and served until 1980, receiving two meritorious promotions while providing security on the presidential helicopters that transport the president of the United States. (Carter Administration). He is the oldest of 10 children and worked for three decades as a clothing salesman. He came up with the idea of the Juppy Baby Walker while watching his granddaughter play soccer. The Juppy Baby Walker is a parent-assisted baby walker which serves as a safe alternativeto dangerous wheeled walkers.

Cited: https://www.thejuppy.com/
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