SnappyScreen – Kristen McClellan ’12

SnappyScreen is a sunscreen application system that aims to provide skin protection for sun worshipers and ultimately 

diminish the skin cancer epidemic. The device disperses a fine mist that completely covers the user with sunscreen from head to toe in seconds. The spray nozzles eliminate blotchy uneven tans and reduce the risks of sunburn and skin damage. All you need to do is stand in front of the device, select your SPF, and let SnappyScreen do the rest! SnappyScreen is a new, easy, and effective alternative to the tedious manual application of sunscreen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cornellian on board – Kristen McClellan ’12 ILRKristen-McClellan-Picture

Since 2009, SnappyScreen has worked to perfect the device technology. After conducting a successful trial period at the Aruba Marriott Resort and Stellaris Casino. Kristen continued to pursue the business full time after her graduation from ILR in May 2012. SnappyScreen, Inc. is prepared for its official launch this June and needs a young dynamic group of employees to join the team and take it to the next level.

 

Year started – 2009
Location – Locust Valley (Long Island), NY
Recruiting – Yes – All job descriptions are on CCNet or contact Debra Moesch in the entrepreneurship office – DLM8@cornell.edu