Marine Veteran Frank Manteau is the owner of Kamikaze Wood Works and Co-Founder of Crayons Ready-to-Eat. Frank has spent seven and a half years in the Marine Corps. In service, he suffered a back injury which eventually led to his exit. Post-service, he went through challenges and hurdles; he worked through it and worked in corporate companies to provide for his kids and eventually lead him to the world of entrepreneurship.
Now Frank handles two businesses: Kamikaze Wood Werks and Crayons Ready to Eat. He is the owner of Kamikaze Wood Werks, born out of his passion for woodworking. Co-founder of Crayons Ready-to-Eat, a company that makes truly colorable and edible crayons. The idea of edible crayons came about when he was doing a project for a high school and found himself repeatedly putting crayons in his mouth when he goes to grab another color. He then partnered with Pastry Chef trained Cassandra Goran to create Crayons Ready-to-Eat.