A hit with our customers and venue partners as well.

One of Event Network’s main mission’s is to extend the customer experience of the institutions we serve.  When this can be accomplished by combining an educational element with a retail product then you truly have a great item, and your chartwheels are definitely great items.  Since we started with American Presidents wheel it has been a hit not only with our customers but our venue partners as well.

Innovation, imagination, creativity and excellent execution are words I would use to describe the Chartwheels Company. And did I say your chartwheels sell extremely well too?   No one else is doing what your company does and that is what makes it so unique.  Thank you for all your help, creativity and continued partnership.

– Karl Busche, General Merchandise Manager – Souvenir, Event Network


(It) made a massive improvement in my school performance.

Hi!  As a student  I feel that the chart wheel was one of the small inventions that made a massive improvement  in my school performance. I believe that this would also be a useful tool for a biology class or chemistry class where you have to memorize a lot of information.

-V. Tinsley, Central H.S. (Newark, NJ)


It really helped me in my history class.

I believe that a chart wheel would be great for every subject. It helps you to find a substantial quantity of information without spending a lot of time. It really helped me in my history class.

-S. Kovach, Central H.S. (Newark, NJ)


Makes learning easier

These chart wheels are great, I love them. I wish I had them for every subject. Makes learning easier.

-B. Horne, Central High School (Newark, NJ)


It makes it easier to remember the information.

I’ve always been interested in facts about the states, so for me the States Facts and Trivia chartwheel is very cool! I like how you can choose what you want to see by turning the wheel to a state. Turning the chartwheel is a better learning activity than turning flash cards because it makes it easier to remember the information.

– Jabulela – 7th grader, Los Angeles, CA