In the last eight years, Bryan Karle has launched three businesses. His most recent is Snap-A-Loop, which manufacturers a unique cell phone accessory. Bryan Karle came up with the idea after continually dropping his cell phone. Working with a local engineer, he designed a phone attachment that allows users to hold their phones more easily and securely. Mr. Karle began selling the product in June 2012 and is promoting it through a series of television advertisements airing nationwide. He intends to extend sales into Europe at the end of 2012 or in early 2013. He also is patenting his novel invention.Prior to Snap-A-Loop, Bryan Karle formed alliances with automotive centers across the country, using these contacts to found Unique Marketing in 2008. Today, the company provides members with discounts on a range of automotive services, including 24-hour roadside assistance and repairs.Since 2004, Bryan Karle has also owned and served as CEO of Digital Home Link, which installs and maintains cable and satellite television services. In recent years, the company’s clients have included US military installations, such as MacDill Air Force Base, where it maintains more than 20 buildings, and US Central Command, where it installed a technologically advanced satellite and cable system. Earlier, Mr. Karle focused on residential services and expanded the enterprise into one of the largest installers in the Southeastern states. Going forward, he intends to keep the company’s concentration on large-scale commercial customers.Outside of work, Bryan Karle invests in real estate. He enjoys traveling and stays fit through regular exercise and outdoor activities like skiing.