FALMOUTH – Edwin Slate had a product that would ensure the NFL never had another Deflategate. All he had to do was get it to the right people and make his case.  That ended up being easier said than done for the Falmouth engineer, who developed the Press-cision device as a method to standardize sports ball inflation in the wake of accusations that the New England Patriots and its star quarterback, Tom Brady, were accused of knowingly using underinflated balls during a Jan. 18, 2015, AFC championship game against the Indianapolis Colts.  Read the complete story...

Learn how Slate benefitted by working with... Mark Lowenstein, an adviser with small-business mentoring organization SCORE, for advice and feedback. The two have met at least monthly and continue to consult as Slate gets tantalizingly closer to getting his device out in the field.

 

 

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