Tired of all the smog in your city? Would you like a fast solution to that weird stench in the room? Or, perhaps you’re longing to take a break from the mundane parts of everyday life and escape to the Adirondacks? If so, ADK-Air has the product for you! This New York State-based startup company offers cans of fresh, high-quality air that you can only get from the Adirondack Mountains.
It’s More Than Just Air, It’s ADK-Air
“Aren’t we all entitled to fresh air, no matter our current circumstances?” That’s the question young entrepreneur Mark Roland asked himself a few years ago while sitting in his stuffy Brooklyn apartment. From there, he came up with a quick solution that would be easily available for people around the world – canned mountain air – the purest kind.
To transform this idea into reality, Roland teamed up with like-minded individuals who helped him move forward with this new venture. They decided to base their business around air from the Adirondacks because the Park features some of the cleanest air in the state.
What Is It, And How Does It Work?
Using state-of-the-art clean compression technology, ADK-Air collects gallons of fresh mountain air from the Adirondacks without contaminants, making it as pure as possible. The air is then brought back to their factory where it is stored in 100% recyclable cans.
“We decided to begin with cans because it’s simple, easy to store, and great for when you need some fresh air fast,” Roland told us. “And if you’ve seen the movie Spaceballs, you know there’s something satisfying about the sound of popping open a can.”
Once you open your can of ADK-Air, just bring it up to your nose and breathe in. Mountain air can provide you with necessary gases, such as oxygen, nitrogen, and other elements.
Get Your Canned Air
ADK-Air is planning to feature their products in stores located across the globe, from major U.S. cities to China and Europe. Soon enough, you’ll be able to hold canned air from the Adirondacks in the palm of your hand!
So when’s the release date? Definitely not today – Happy April Fools’ Day!