Ben Carter’s Tommee Tippee crater hunt ‘incredible’ success
November 29, 2016 - Finding Carter
A dad’s unfortunate hunt to reinstate his autistic son’s dear “little blue cup” has finished – after a manufacturer stepped in to make a lifetime’s supply.
Marc Carter’s defence to find a deputy sippy crater for son Ben was retweeted some-more than 12,000 times.
The 13-year-old has usually dipsomaniac from a double-handled vessels, that are no longer produced, given a age of two.
Tommee Tippee pronounced it will furnish 500 cups after it searched factories worldwide and found a strange mould.
The firm’s courtesy was drawn to a family’s predicament when Mr Carter launched a Twitter interest to find a replacement.
His strange defence stirred offers of assistance from as distant divided as Australia.
Mr Carter, 42, pronounced a response from well-wishers had been “incredible”, and pronounced it was a “huge surprise” to be contacted by a manufacturer.
Northumberland-based Tommee Tippee does not routinely keep a moulds though had been acid factories around a universe in a wish of anticipating a strange plans.
A orator said: “We are gay to endorse that we are means to start prolongation on a run of a strange cup.
“This will safeguard that Ben has a lifetime supply and that his family won’t ever have to worry about anticipating another crater for Ben.”
Mr Carter, from Devon, told a BBC his son has had his stream blue crater for 3 years, though it is now descending detached and might usually final a few some-more weeks.
He said: “This little blue crater dictates the life.”