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Sisters start company to create designer wheelchair covers

CBS News Tuesday, 27 October 2020
Izzy Keane, who has spina bifida, used to always decorate her wheelchair for holidays and birthdays. She and her sister, Ailbhe, decided they wanted to help other wheelchair users express themselves this way. So the two sisters from Ireland started their own company for designer wheel covers, Izzy Wheels.
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