CPRWrap relocates its operations from Chattanooga to Nashville
Felicia Jackson, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of CPRWrap, has announced the relocation of her Tennessee start-up from her hometown of Chattanooga to suburban Nashville, now headquartered at 640 Myatt Drive in Madison, where her product is also manufactured.
One of only three Tennessee companies named in 2021 to the “Forbes Next 1000″ list recognizing “the upstart entrepreneurs redefining the American Dream,” CPRWrap also won a 2021 Tennessee Titans Sponsorship through a program run by the Nashville Entrepreneurship Center.
CPRWrap is a first-aid tool used for performing CPR in a matter of seconds with a disposable, translucent overlay that guides users through the four American Heart Association recommended steps. In addition to the instructions, CPRWrap has an attached one-way valve mouth barrier and visual hand placements for proper compression.
“As a Tennessee native who has created, launched and manufactured CPRWrap here (Chattanooga), I am thrilled to be relocating to Middle Tennessee’s innovative hub – close to home, but even closer to Nashville’s bustling entrepreneurial center,” Jackson said.