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Larry Cohn is making money supplying some major Midwest companies with simple equipment that helps their computers breathe.
Cohn's sale item is an improved computer filter that reduces maintenance and prolongs the life of computer terminals used in dusty environments.
Purchasers of the filter, called a Wedgit, have included BP Oil, Wendy's, Frigidaire Co., LaRosa's pizza in Cincinnati, Honda, Scotts Co. and Society Bank, according to Cohn.
During the first year the product has been available about 10,000 have been sold, 3,000 of them in the past month. They sell for $6 to companies in large orders. Cohn is now making them available at retail for $11.95.
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