Zoku Inventors Inducted Into New Jersey Inventors Hall Of Fame

The inventors of the Zoku Quick Pop Maker, president Ken Zorovich, managing director Yos Kumthampinij and engineering director John Earle, have been inducted into the New Jersey Inventors Hall of Fame. The honor recognizes their achievement in creating an easy-to-use countertop appliance that freezes ice pops in as little as seven minutes without electricity.

Zoku holds 25 U.S. and International patents on its technology and designs, and has many patents pending. The Zoku line has expanded to include the Duo Quick Pop Maker, Single Quick Pop Maker, Slow-Pop collection, Slush & Shake Maker, Chocolate Station, Social Media Kit, The Art of Slush recipe book and the Zoku Quick Pops recipe book.

New Jersey, once home to Thomas Edison, is the only state with its own Inventors Hall of Fame.  


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