Otter Products' products keep your precious electronic devices safe and dry. The company, which goes by OtterBox, makes about 170 models of cases for cell phones, smart phones, tablet computers, and other portable electronics from Apple, Dell, Nokia, Samsung, Motorola, and other manufacturers. It outsources production and sells its impact and water – more... resistant Defender, Reflex, Commuter, and Impact cases and watertight boxes at Best Buy, Target, and other retailers. OtterBox was formed in 1998 by CEO Curt Richardson and his wife Nancy. She came up with the name because otter skin is water repellant and otters are known for being playful and creative, something the company works to incorporate into its culture. – less
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