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Knuckle Lights

The first & only light designed to be worn on the front of your hands, to light your path & be seen by traffic on your run/walk in the dark.

  • Stage Concept Only
  • Industry Consumer Products
  • Location Provo, UT, USA
  • Currency USD

Company Summary

An ideal alternative to a headlamp or carrying a flashlight during runs, walks or other activities. The company currently sells the product direct to the consumer through our website as well to specialty running and bike stores around the U.S. and other countries. We have developed a clear marketing plan that establishes the company as a leading provider of lights & other safety gear to the running community as well as other potential markets.


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    Dan Hopkins
    Founder and President:

    Dan was a sales executive & manager for several large companies for over a decade. He also started Portland Corporate Games, an annual sports tournament for local businesses. Dan is responsible for the daily operations of the business as well as heading the sales and marketing efforts. Dan graduated with an MBA & has the knowledge, experience, & people skills to lead the organization to success. Dan is also an active runner.

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    Angela Hood
    Marketing Director

    Angela has over a decade of helping companies tailor and manage their marketing messages, as well as running public relations campaigns. She has worked for several successful start-up companies and most recently began her own consultancy to use and share her knowledge. Angela’s first time running with Knuckle Lights was during Hood to Coast Relay and she immediately made the switch to using Knuckle Lights for her daily morning runs.

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    Mark Dominguez
    Sales Director

    Mark has had the entrepreneurial spirit from a very early age.
    Mark went on to graduate from college with honors in Bachelors in Business Management. After college Mark accepted Management positions with Enterprise Rent-A-Car & Napa Auto Parts, After several years of management experience, Mark decided to purchase his first of many different businesses. After a few
    years of guerilla marketing, Mark sold his first business for 16 times ROI.