In the small town of Lakewood, Ohio, residents have found a unique way to stay connected during the pandemic: IHUG Friendship Lamps.
The IHUG Friendship Lamp is a wireless, interactive lamp that was created by a local couple, Ryan and Brooke Warford. The lamps are designed to keep people connected when they can’t be together in person. When one person taps their lamp, the other person’s lamp will light up, and the two lamps will stay synchronized.
The lamps are particularly popular among Lakewood residents, many of whom have used them to stay connected with family and friends while physical distancing. They’ve also been used to light up the night during the holidays and other special occasions.
The lamps have been a source of comfort for many Lakewood residents, who are grateful for the opportunity to stay connected even when they can’t be together in person.
“It’s been a nice way to stay connected with my family and friends during the pandemic,” said Lakewood resident, Sarah Miller. “It’s a reminder that we’re all in this together, and that even when we’re apart, we’re still connected.”
The Warfords have been overwhelmed by the response to their lamps, and are thrilled to see the positive impact they’ve had on the Lakewood community.
“We’re so grateful for the support we’ve received from the Lakewood community,” said Brooke Warford. “It’s been amazing to see how our lamps have brought people together, even when they can’t be together in person.”
The IHUG Friendship Lamp has been a source of comfort and connection for Lakewood residents during a difficult time, and is a reminder that even when we’re apart, we’re still connected.
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