About Us

                                         Jenny Ballester President/Owner 

 

My love for all outdoor things started in my grandpas cottage in a little town in Northern Sweden. There i was taught the basics of fishing, boating, building, trapping, shooting and gardening. I feel proud to have grown up in such a unique place where most all of our time was spent outdoors. After moving to the United States and becoming a citizen, I sought my new adventure in the US NAVY as a Hospital Corpsman. The military taught me to be a responsible leader and further helped me develop as a person. While in the service i got married to a Corpsman and had 5 BOYS, and all this helped me prepare for this new adventure with The Ultimate 360. I was intrigued when I saw my fathers invention and i knew that it would be the right job for me. This treestand has got all the features that I need to be out for a long day in the woods and increasing the chances of my family having deer tenderloin for dinner. 

Greg Meredith – Inventor

The Odyssey
I have been hunting white tails for the past fifty three years and have enjoyed every minute chasing them around the PA woods.  I have stalked, driven, still hunted and sat in many a tree waiting to see just the right one. One of the things that I have noticed is that it is difficult to be both really comfortable and safe in most situations when hunting deer. That was about to change when i met Robert.
Robert and I met at our church and we became close friends about ten years ago. One of the things that we had in common was our love of the outdoors. Robert had hunted in Sweden as a young man so we started to hunt together on a regular basis from tree stands in the Michigan woods.  One day on the way home from a particularly long hunt, having seen nothing, I commented to him that I have yet to discover the perfect tree stand. He stated, “After all the time you have spent in the trees you should know what the prefect tree stand would be, so lets build one.”
I got my wish.  The Ultimate 360 is completed and now I hunt with all the features that I ever wanted. Having hunted in it for the past three seasons, I can tell you that my biggest problem now is staying awake to see the deer.  Still working on that!
So the question still remains, what are the features of the perfect tree stand? Well, I thought you would never ask so I’m going to list them for you as I see them.
1. Something that doesn’t come with an assembly manual, fifty plus parts, and require three hours to assemble that is, if you are mechanically inclined
2. Easy to transport
3. A stand that can be safely be put up and taken down by one person and in my case over seventy years of age
4. It needs a leveling mechanism because it seems that most trees that are in the perfect location are never straight
5. It needs to revolve, as my experience tells me that deer never come from the direction you think they will, the wind direction changes or you want to hunt in one direction in the morning and a different direction in the evening
6. It has to be comfortable, so no more bicycle or hammock seats that kill my hips – I want a chair and an elevated foot rest.
7. Gear hooks because we all carry way too much into the woods.
8. I want a locking shooting rail that is completely adjustable so I can shoot at any elevation with either gun or bow 

About Us

Jenny Ballester President/Owner

 

My love for all outdoor things started in my grandpas cottage in a little town in Northern Sweden. There i was taught the basics of fishing, boating, building, trapping, shooting and gardening. I feel proud to have grown up in such a unique place where most all of our time was spent outdoors. After moving to the United States and becoming a citizen, I sought my new adventure in the US NAVY as a Hospital Corpsman. The military taught me to be a responsible leader and further helped me develop as a person. While in the service i got married to a Corpsman and had 5 BOYS, and all this helped me prepare for this new adventure with The Ultimate 360. I was intrigued when I saw my fathers invention and i knew that it would be the right job for me. This treestand has got all the features that I need to be out for a long day in the woods and increasing the chances of my family having deer tenderloin for dinner. 

Greg Meredith – Inventor

The Odyssey
I have been hunting white tails for the past fifty three years and have enjoyed every minute chasing them around the PA woods.  I have stalked, driven, still hunted and sat in many a tree waiting to see just the right one. One of the things that I have noticed is that it is difficult to be both really comfortable and safe in most situations when hunting deer. That was about to change when i met Robert.
Robert and I met at our church and we became close friends about ten years ago. One of the things that we had in common was our love of the outdoors. Robert had hunted in Sweden as a young man so we started to hunt together on a regular basis from tree stands in the Michigan woods.  One day on the way home from a particularly long hunt, having seen nothing, I commented to him that I have yet to discover the perfect tree stand. He stated, “After all the time you have spent in the trees you should know what the prefect tree stand would be, so lets build one.”
I got my wish.  The Ultimate 360 is completed and now I hunt with all the features that I ever wanted. Having hunted in it for the past three seasons, I can tell you that my biggest problem now is staying awake to see the deer.  Still working on that!
So the question still remains, what are the features of the perfect tree stand? Well, I thought you would never ask so I’m going to list them for you as I see them.
1. Something that doesn’t come with an assembly manual, fifty plus parts, and require three hours to assemble that is, if you are mechanically inclined
2. Easy to transport
3. A stand that can be safely be put up and taken down by one person and in my case over seventy years of age
4. It needs a leveling mechanism because it seems that most trees that are in the perfect location are never straight
5. It needs to revolve, as my experience tells me that deer never come from the direction you think they will, the wind direction changes or you want to hunt in one direction in the morning and a different direction in the evening
6. It has to be comfortable, so no more bicycle or hammock seats that kill my hips – I want a chair and an elevated foot rest.
7. Gear hooks because we all carry way too much into the woods.
8. I want a locking shooting rail that is completely adjustable so I can shoot at any elevation with either gun or bow