On March 13, 1991, U.S. Army General H. Norman Schwarzkopf walked onto a Persian Gulf beach in Kuwait, bent over and filled two small bottles with sand and said “This is something that I promised myself that I would do.”
There would be a million pictures and films of General Schwarzkopf leading the charge to liberate Kuwait, but for the burly American Hero, it wouldn’t be enough. He needed more, he needed a real part of history.
On December 27, 2012 when General Schwarzkopf passed away, he still possessed that cherished keepsake, reminding him of the land that he liberated.
I thought to myself what a wonderful thing, to be able to actually keep a part of our most cherished moments. Whether it’s a part of a liberated country or our child’s first haircut, I found that there was no product on the market that offered that opportunity. So after much research, I developed and patented the Keepsake Capsule.
Teaming up with my childhood friend Ed Rider, together we brought the Keepsake Capsule to market. Operating out of North Carolina and being the patriots that we are, we wanted to develop a product that was 100% made, printed, and packaged in the USA.
To date we know of no other product on the market that compares with the Keepsake Capsule. We want you to take our kit and make for yourself a keepsake that you will cherish for the rest of your life.