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Our first alumni feature! Each month, we are recognizing ESAC students who are making a difference and making a future.This month, we recognize Gaston Blanchet, ESAC summer 2008. Blanchet, who earned his UCF bachelor’s degree in business management, inspired by the roll-top doors for meal storage on airplanes, designed and invented the Trunkster, the world’s first and only zipperless, roll-top luggage that introduces a revolutionary industrial design. A durable and waterproof sliding door allows for quick access to belongings, even in the most constricted spaces. The bag also includes a removable power bank, built-in digital scale, and can be enabled with GPS.
The amazing story behind the Trunkster is that Blanchet and his business partner Jesse Potash, used Facebook and Twitter to help build awareness of their product, and targeted travel and tech bloggers, as well as business travelers. The buzz created a network that led to thousands of pledges and preorders on Trunkster’s Kickstarter page. The support and demand was so great, in fact, their $50,000 goal soon multiplied more than 27 times in 59 days, with 3,566 backers pledging $1,395,370 by the Jan. 16 deadline.
Gaston on study abroad: “Studying abroad was easily the most fun and profound experience I had as a student. My stint at ESAC in Prague paved the way for me to do a yearlong study abroad in France, and these experiences during my senior year of college set me on a path of discovery that led me to the passions I'm still pursuing today.”
We are proud of your achievement Gaston and with you continued success in your future ventures.