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Goathook has created the best way to show-off your snowboard—a wall mounted rack that looks as good with a board as it does without.

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Consumer Products
  • Location Seattle, WA, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded June 2012
  • Employees 4
  • Website

Company Summary

Goathook is a designer and manufacturer of adjustable wall-mounted snowboard racks that look good in any setting—not just the garage. It even looks good when not holding a board. Patent-pending and manufactured from anodized aluminum, Goathook is offering three unique designs: Bolt, Snowflake, and Peak. Goathook is targeting passionate snowboarders, aged 14-35, who like to showoff their boards.


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    Jeff Minor
    Co-founder & Product Magician

    Jeff is a talented artisan and innovator. Before co-founding Goathook, Jeff spent over 25 years as a professional machinist where he mastered every aspect of manufacturing from design, build, to quality assurance. Jeff started his machining career at The Schrillo Company, a Los Angeles based precision aerospace parts manufacturer. When he isn't coming up with ways to turn materials into cool products, he enjoys illustrating and photography. It's

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    Jeremy Norberg
    Co-founder & Pitchman

    Jeremy has a passion for bringing together talented people and cool ideas to form one-of-kind companies. Goathook marks Jeremy's third startup. Prior to Goathook, Jeremy co-founded InkstoneFoundry, a premier mobile development team with clients that include Apple, William-Sonoma and Bonnier Publishing. He also co-founded All Widgets, a Seattle-based social software developer with clients that included K2, CNN, Hallmark, JetBlue, Apple, and Visa.


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    Christopher "Chris" Sweeney, Knobbe Martens
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    Jessica Allen, RainCity CPA, Seattle

Previous Investors

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    Vashon Partners