Updated: Sep 13, 2019
My wife and I have invested 2x in my employer, Frosty Cold, LLC aka “Frosty Tech.” We did so for a number of reasons, the best of which are listed below.
5. You’d be buying into a good cause.
Who doesn’t want to protect the environment, promote Humanitarian Development, and make money? Frosty Tech is a custom engineering and eco-innovation group. We specialize in premium temperature solutions.
Our patented tech has applications in cold-chain, refrigeration, textiles, sports medicine, culinary arts, cooling cores, shaker antifreeze, packaging, consumer products, instant ice packs…You get the idea.
There are many medical applications, some of which would have personally affected me. I suffered several concussions while playing high school and college football. Utilizing such technology could improve recovery times and decrease the chances of long-term effects like CTE.
Cold-chain applications not only effectively replace dry ice, but also prevent medicines and food from spoiling, especially in parts of the world without electricity. Ongoing testing even shows our patented formula as a non-explosive plant food alternative to most fertilizers.
4. It's worth 4x today what it was a couple years ago.
Back in 2015, FT was selling shares with a $5,000/share or $5 million valuation. Today, it’s $20 million. Logic tells us the past does not guarantee the future, but past performance is the best we’ve got.
No guarantees, but FT’s trajectory got me to open my wallet, not once but twice. I plan on investing more in the future.
3. It’s a platform technology.
This is not just an investment in another app or better branded, existing product. Frosty Tech has thousands of potential applications, each crafted to solve unique problems in healthcare, refrigeration, and more.
It’s hard to compare anything to the discovery of electricity or the cellphone revolution, but I’ll do it. The five different forms of FT cross every section of our lives.
2. Limited opportunities to buy equity.
I realized this the other day while sitting in on an investment pitch.
Because Frosty Tech is fully funded through initial production, the company will not be selling any of its equity for the foreseeable future. The original 1,000 shares of equity are non-dilutable, so opportunities to purchase stock are private and current investors are usually the first to know.
1. I don’t want to lose money.
I have several friends who cannot stop blaming themselves for not buying/hanging on to Apple and Amazon stock. Working so close to this technology, I realize the potential it has and could not bear to think I threw away money by not getting behind Frosty Tech when I had the chance.
N.B. While the company has been funded for the foreseeable future and recently released it's first product for sale, there is occasionally stock available for resale. If you're interested in acquiring Frosty Tech shares and becoming part of our team of investors, let me know email@example.com.
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