A Q&A with gitamini owner Nina Coppo, Account Manager at Sapphire Studios, living the local life in Peachtree City, GA.
Neighborhood: Balmoral Village
Robot: gitamini in citron
Longest gitamini trip: 4 hours round trip
Favorite place to bring gitamini: different street murals around the ATL area
Times per week using gitamini: about once a week
Nickname for gitamini: Mike Wasowski
I love the walking trails, parks and lakes all around.
Peachtree City is very family oriented, golf carts are a way of life, and everyone loves dogs!
The easy setup and use; I love the handles on gitamini!
I like that it’s so cute, has an appealing design, and easily fits into a closet.
“What is it? What do you use it for? How much does it cost?” I try to explain that it encourages more walking and that it has far reaching possibilities about helping differently abled people, can be used for corporate functions/events, etc (for those people who are curious about her!)
A 20lb bag of dog food
I think the more commonplace it becomes, the more everyone will use it because its many benefits will be more readily recognized. I also think in large neighborhoods that are close with block parties, etc. - I can really see it becoming a staple.
I was really intrigued at the far reaching possibilities of such a product, how it can help people, how companies can use it, etc. Also it just seemed like a lot of fun!
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