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Emil Vicale Authors a Trump-Inspired Children's Book: The Most Fun an Adult Will Have Reading a Children's Book

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A Cautionary Tale of a Wall and a People

SOUTHBURY, Conn. (PRWEB) July 23, 2018

The book features Don Grump, the powerful businessman of the fictional city of Corrump, who comes to find a group of people, called the Ingrans living and working all over his city. He decides to build a wall to keep them all out and meets the optimistic Juan Garcia, along the way. Sound familiar?

Emil Vicale, a first-generation Italian American, "The idea came to me after watching the news one day…all this talk about immigration and the infamous wall just got me thinking about the universal struggle of the immigrant experience.

Don and Juan is sure to bring you a chuckle regardless of your political affiliation.

The paperback version of Don and Juan is available for purchase now on Amazon for $9.95 and there is a digital version also.

https://www.amazon.com/Don-Juan-How-Wall-Changed/dp/1537263455

ABOUT EMIL VICALE:
Emil Vicale began his career as the Product Design and Development Director for Habitat International and Architectural Supplements in New York City.

In 1990, he started his own design firm, BBC Design Group. BBC designs and develops products and solutions in the consumer product, clothing, furniture, weapons, and other industries. In the mid-to-late 90's, Emil Vicale was one of the first companies to use and offer 3D printing services.

In September of 2001, Vicale purchased and then developed Toybuilders.com, the first custom toy 3D printing company.

In February of 2002, in the wake of 9/11, he went on to create Herobuilders.com - the first political toy company in the world - with the introduction of the George Bush Action Figure. In 2003, Herobuilders.com was recognized as USA Today's Hot Site.

In June of 2004, vicale.com, the first-of-its-kind, hand coded website was launched and quickly stood out as the most innovative site on the Internet. This first ON-DEMAND mass customization website allowed individuals to build a custom action figure with the race, clothes and accessories of their choosing. The site is still active at vicale.com.

In 2005, the on-demand website, vicale.com was featured in a German book called, Vom Personal Computer Zum Personal Fabrication. Within that year, Vicale developed the first of its kind Conceal Carry clothing for BlackStarOps.com, a design that went on to create a new industry for concealment clothing. He launched the first of its kind Custom Action Figure business that makes custom action figures that look, talk, and dress like the consumer, which presently still stands as a thriving business, making HeroBuilders, the premiere maker of Custom Action Figures.

In 2006, Cooper & Schindler used HeroBuilders and its 3D printing services as a case study in their widely-used college text book, Marketing Research from McGraw-Hill.

In 2012, the site received recognition in the form of the MIT MC-500 top 500 mass customization websites for Vicale's on-demand website, vicale.com.

Vicale has appeared on CNN, Fox News, and CNBC, and other news channels, both locally and globally, such as Reuters, and Associated Press. His products have appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Nickelodeon, Sci-Fi TV, CSI: NY, VH1, MTV, to name a few, as well as in the films, Mama's Boy and Switchmas. In 2016, Vicale developed products for Netflix for their hit show, Orange Is The New Black.

Today, Emil Vicale is a design and development business consultant and continues to work as the Product Director of his various companies. He is active in new business development, marketing, digital marketing, brand development, product development and app development at http://emilvicale.com/.

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