When Jack Karavich moved to Louisiana, he offered to help the LSU football team with some of their equipment problems. He didn’t ask for anything in return. He simply wanted to make a difference.
Wearing a football helmet in the blistering heat of summer is hot, heavy and can lead to breathing difficulties. While working with the LSU Football team and trying on the helmets himself, Jack instantly realized he needed to create something that improved the airflow inside of a helmet, but he didn’t yet know how.
Taking dozens of helmets into his garage, Jack started working on concept after concept, design after design, and within a week he managed to produce a prototype for the LSU football team to try out.
They loved it.
The players felt more focused. Their game improved. In fact, they loved it so much, many of the players refused to share the prototype with their teammates. It was a success.
This inspired Jack to start Tigeraire, where he assembled a talented and diverse team to join him in creating the superb airflow devices that are available today.