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Naples Inventor Captures the Attention of AsSeenOnTV.pro and a Founder of the TV show Shark Tank – Press Release

Naples, Florida – DryClip Corp is launching a new technology that will change the construction industry, particularly the drywall industry, for contractors, handymen, property maintenance, and simple homeowners.  The hands-on inventor, Mr. Harry Ruiz, has spent two years creating every aspect, from an idea and initial design to testing, redesigning, manufacturing, packaging, marketing, and shipping. Recently, Ruiz was awarded a “Notice of Allowance”, granting him Utility Patent status on his invention, DryClip.

DryClip caught the attention of AsSeenOnTV.pro and their team of Product Managers.  One of AsSeenOnTV.pro’s Executive Producers is Mr. Kevin Harrington, one of the original Sharks on the popular ABC television show, Shark Tank.  Mr. Harrington’s team ran DryClip through an evaluation process. They were impressed by all the problems it solved, and the ease of use with remarkably simple installation, stating, “DryClip is one of the smartest products we’ve seen recently within the DIY category.”  Once

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New-home construction pulls back slightly, as builders shift attention away from the multifamily sector

ECONOMIC REPORT



a tall building in a city: The pace of construction for new multifamily housing units slowed significantly between July and August.


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The pace of construction for new multifamily housing units slowed significantly between July and August.

The numbers: U.S. home builders started construction on homes at a seasonally-adjusted annual rate of 1.42 million in August, representing a 5% decrease from the previous month but a 3% uptick from a year ago, the U.S. Census Bureau reported Thursday.

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Permitting activity occurred at a seasonally-adjusted annual rate of 1.47 million, down 1% from July but roughly even with the pace from August 2019.

Economists polled by MarketWatch had expected housing starts to occur at a pace of 1.52 million and building permits to come in at a pace of 1.55 million.

What happened: The dip in housing starts and building permits was driven by declines in multifamily construction activity. Multifamily starts fell 25% between July and August, while the number of new permits issued for multifamily

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