ORLANDO, Fla. - It was an idea that started as a dream, then became a reality for David Schwartzberg, a New York native. While attending the University of Central Florida, the 22-year-old came up with his own invention. 

"Thought of it during basketball season in high school. You know, coming from New York, I wasn't used to the heat, and I had to go to class to class wearing a dress shirt," Schwartzberg said.

Arriving to class in a sweat-soaked shirt wasn't the best way to start his day.

"With all these inventions out there, I thought, 'Why can't there be a sweatproof dress shirt?'" Schwartzberg, who graduated from UCF in August with a finance degree, said. Full Article