Kitchen Company Bon Home Launches

AUSTIN, Texas-The founders of GelPro chef mats have launched their latest company, called Bon Home, to address solving everyday problems in the home. Already the new company has launched the Heat & Dry Dish Rack, which dries dishes in ten minutes with the push of a button. The Culinary Heat Lamp will follow, which will keep food at the right serving temperature with a ceramic heating element. Both will retail for $99.95.

"With my background as an engineer, I naturally challenge myself and our team to develop solutions to everyday problems in a new and inventive way," said Robb McMahan, founder and chief executive officer of GelPro and Bon Home. "We did this just five years ago when we introduced GelPro, the world's original gel-filled premium comfort floor mat. We are raising the bar again with our new line of progressive products from Bon Home."

Bon Home will exhibit at the International Home + Housewares Show in Chicago next March.

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