Notes service Handwrytten: Made in Arizona
When you walk into a Valley office and are greeted by a sign that reads, “All Hail the Robots,” you may have expected to see some humanoid-looking creations that are either slowly walking around or making all sorts of noise we associate with production of some kind.
The robots at the local company Handwrytten are almost in a constant state of that noise making, but they look much more like souped-up, high tech printers — which, though a non-tech description, actually explains them pretty well.
Handwrytten is a company that specializes in sending important notes to people — in bulk — that look like they’re handwritten.
David Wachs is the company's founder, and The Show's Steve Goldstein recently strolled through the core of Handwrytten with him to learn more specifics about what the business does.