Easton Business Woman Headed to White House

An Easton woman and her son are going to the White House on Oct. 5 to highlight their Connecticut-made product as part of the President Trump administration’s 4th Made in America Showcase.  

Beverlee Fatse Dacey, CEO of the Bridgeport-based Amodex Products, and her son Alexander will travel to Washington D.C. to highlight Amodex Ink & Stain Remover.

Plugged by Oprah Winfrey and Martha Stewart, Amodex Ink & Stain Remover is known for its ability to remove ink from fabrics, even permanent marker ink.

The product is made in a Bridgeport factory, where Dacey and her four children work.  The company was founded by Dacey’s father in 1958 after he invented the product.

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