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History

1995 Earle Morris builds the first prototype
1996 Stabilizer visits the CCA and receives acceptance as a legal sliding device
Stabilizer makes first trip to CCA National Technical Committee meeting as a "new product on the horizon"
Patent application filed
1996-1998 Stabilizer trials in Ottawa area 
1999 Stabilizer makes appearance at Karcher Canadian Juniors in Kelowna, BC, and Star Choice World Juniors in Ostersund, Sweden
World Junior Championship Team skipped by John Morris uses the Stabilizer in one of the games at the World Juniors
Stabilizer makes 2nd appearance at CCA National Technical Committee Meeting
Stabilizer officially launched in July 1999
Sales in six countries - Canada, USA, Norway, Sweden, Germany, and Switzerland
2000 Stabilizer patented
Injection mold finalized
Curlers at all levels take advantage of our great Stabilizer products to get better
2001 Colleen Jones wins the 2001 Women's World Curling Championship using the Stabilizer
2002 David Nedohin (Team Ferbey) wins the 2002 Men's World Curling Championship using the Stabilizer
Pal Trulsen (Team Norway) wins the Gold Medal at the 2002 Winter Olympics using the Stabilizer
2003 David Nedohin (Team Ferbey) wins the 2003 Men's World Curling Championship using the Stabilizer
2004 Colleen Jones wins the 2004 Women's World Curling Championship using the Stabilizer
2005 David Nedohin (Team Ferbey) wins the 2005 Men's World Curling Championship using the Stabilizer
2008-present Stabilizer sales in 14 World Curling Federation countries and still growing!