Saturday, July 18, 2015

College Student's Company, TSOLife, Will Make History- Literally

Stetson University student, David Sawyer, founded TSOLife, LLC with the vision that history would not just be for the famous or the infamous, but for everyone to leave something behind. David and seven of his friends, fueled with their entrepreneurial spirit, set out to bring life to this vision by creating a web application that allows users to leave behind a personalized legacy.

Daytona Beach, FL, July 14, 2015 (Newswire) - It is said that verbal history is forgotten within two generations. However, eight college students have set out to change this. Stetson University student, David Sawyer, founded TSOLife, LLC with the vision that history would not just be for the famous or the infamous, but for everyone to leave something behind. David and seven of his friends, fueled with their entrepreneurial spirit, set out to bring life to this vision by creating a web application that allows users to leave behind a personalized legacy. TSOLife.com allows anyone to document the story of their life and will be available later this fall. TSOLife launched a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign on July 13th with a $25,000 goal to put toward the finishing touches on the features.

The students raised $80,000 in funding. They are now searching to find more people to rally for their cause. Supporting the Kickstarter campaign is an opportunity to receive a TSOLife account at its most affordable rate. Additionally, Kickstarter participants will receive various limited edition perks and acknowledgement opportunities.

TSOLife is the perfect way for someone to leave behind the lasting legacy of a lost loved one. It is also a great chance for them to leave behind their own mark before it is too late. For an opportunity to support young entrepreneurs, memorialize a life, or explore innovative technology visit kickstarter.tsolife.com.




About TSOLife, LLC

The Story of Life, LLC is a Daytona-based web applications developer. Partnered with Stetson University ENACTUS, TSOLife has spent the past few months in a local retirement community, Cloisters of Deland, recording the life history of veterans on the TSOLife platform. Inspired by this work, a pilot study has been launched to study the effects of active listening on nursing home depression and is receiving $6,500 in grants.