Students' motoring kit is all about preparing for the unprepared

The Oh Shit Kit is the brainchild of Opihi College students Ashleigh Griffiths, Brody Cattermole, and Rickie Beecroft-Suddens, who are all part of the young enterprise class. The group of three started a company call Smart Supplys (sic) where they sell their emergency car kits and they currently have a Mother's Day gift box available until May.

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“The reason we called it the Oh Shit Kit was to market it towards men because when were at the farmers market it seemed like only women were buying them."

Griffiths said the idea for the kits came about when they were stuck in traffic one day.

“It wasn’t until we were in that situation we realised what people might need in a car kit.”

Since they started in late February the trio have sold more than 30 kits through the farmers markets and online sales through their e-commerce site. The group's is to sell 500 kits by the end of the year.

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Students' motoring kit is all about preparing for the unprepared

The Oh Shit Kit is the brainchild of Opihi College students Ashleigh Griffiths, Brody Cattermole, and Rickie Beecroft-Suddens, who are all part of the young enterprise class. The group of three started a company call Smart Supplys (sic) where they sell their emergency car kits and they currently have a Mother's Day gift box available until May.

“The reason we called it the Oh Shit Kit was to market it towards men because when were at the farmers market it seemed like only women were buying them."

Griffiths said the idea for the kits came about when they were stuck in traffic one day.

“It wasn’t until we were in that situation we realised what people might need in a car kit.”

Since they started in late February the trio have sold more than 30 kits through the farmers markets and online sales through their e-commerce site. The group's is to sell 500 kits by the end of the year.

Read more here...