Elvis Album Covers Now Featured in R.O.S. Therapy Puzzles
October 16, 2012
See how one man's love of Elvis is transforming lives, including his own father. Scott Silknitter founded the company R.O.S. Therapy
which uses Elvis puzzles as a way to cope with life-altering diseases and to stimulate brain activity.
R.O.S Therapy recently launched their Elvis collection which includes personal magnetic puzzles featuring the top selling album covers of Elvis Presley. These official Elvis Presley products are meant to be enjoyed at home, in a community and to simply invoke a memory about where you were when you first heard the music that changed the world.
As a life-long Elvis fan, Scott started the company in 2010 after his father was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. The initials - R.O.S. - comes from his father's name, Roger Owen Silknitter. One of Scott's earliest childhood memories includes singing "Teddy Bear" with his father in the family's Ford station wagon while traveling to a hockey game. Raised to love the king's music, he says the family always sang Elvis tunes on family trips.
After watching his father struggle, he wanted to do something to help spark happy memories for the sick and frail. Along with the recent addition of Elvis puzzles, Scott also works with names such as NASCAR and NASA. The puzzles are designed to help give families a creative and fun way to help their loved ones.
To see the current Elvis puzzle collections now available, visit ROSCollections.com
and get 40% off your purchase with the introductory discount code ElvisFacebook40
. You can also read more about the R.O.S. Therapy and Scott's shared love of Elvis with his father by downloading this news article from the Greensboro News and Record
or by visiting their site at News-Record.com