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Big Stick Productions, the dream child of Tracy Merry-Thomson, was born
in the summer of 2002.
Flashback to October 30, 2001. A fax arrives. No soothing phone call
from a doctor, just a brutal, stark diagnosis on a sheet of paper: "possible
By Christmas, she was using a cane or wheelchair and was no longer
employable, as a result of progressive relapsing multiple sclerosis, the
most severe form of the disease. Instead of becoming fixated on her own illness, Tracy began thinking
about other MS sufferers in similar situations. While Big Stick Productions
operates a website focusing on MS awareness, including an online support
group called "MS Chat", its latest weapon against the disease is a
little more fashionable. Tracy recoiled at the utilitarian bleakness of the selection during her
first trip to purchase a cane. Her only colour choice was what she
describes as "handicap grey'.
Paint and covering canes in jewelry soon gave way to colourful cloth
covers, complete with a two-way zipper, which allows them to be attached with
one hand. The creations can be customized to match any outfit. "People used
to look at my cane and become uncomfortable," she says, "now they look into
my eyes and smile.",
After completing an exhaustive search of the internet and patents, Tracy
realized her cane covers were one-of-a-kind and decided to share her
fashion secret with the world as "Big Stick Coats". Big Stick Coats start at $40
for a basic design, increasing with the level of complexity.
Profits from Big Stick Productions are generously donated to the pursuit
for the cure for MS.
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