Sound Expression Greetings

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Sound Expression Greetings is an American company that produces stickers with a recordable device that can be attached to anything.

The sticker-based recordable device can record personalized messages, sounds, or music, which are programmed by pressing a record button on the device or uploading a pre-recorded file to the device from your computer. The device is named Botski, which is a registered trademark. The Botski uses MP3 or WAV file types for the recording.[1]

Sound Expression Greetings
Type Private
Founded 2002
Headquarters Port St. Lucie, FL, U.S.A.
Number of locations 2 (USA and Hong Kong)
Key people Kelli Fusaro
Products Botski® personalized, recordable sound devices

The Botski® describes it as “Portable and handheld digital electronic devices for recording, organizing, transmitting, manipulating and reviewing text, data, image, and audio files."[2]

Sound Expression Greetings -- the maker of the Botski -- was founded in 2002 by Kelli Fusaro. Fusaro -- an educator and entrepreneur from Reading, PA -- believes in the positive impact of music. She began her career in 1984 as a music teacher and songwriter. In 2002, Fusaro designed and created the Botski and her company -- Sound Expression Greetings -- using music from songs she wrote herself. The cards were sold by FTD florists and were featured on a QVC Mother’s Day special in 2004.

Notable Customers

Some of Sound Expression Greeting’s notable customers: Disney, McDonald's, NBC Universal, GoDaddy, Nestle, Broadway, and Hewlett Packard as well as record companies Capital Records, Universal Records, and Republic Nashville.

External Links

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