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Postby DCinNC » Wed Feb 20, 2008 2:41 pm

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Arccivo
Befudiom
SnacDaddy
Loopa
Korbie

Are all featured currently on Amazon.com


Loopa - Bed, Bath & Beyond , BuyBuy Baby


Arccivo was featured on QVC, SkyMall
SnacDaddy was featured on SkyMall
Korbie was featured on SkyMall
KoKu was featured on SkyMall


More products from Season One will be rolling out in distribution channels in the upcoming months.



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Postby citizen » Wed Feb 20, 2008 2:57 pm

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Postby Average Inventor » Wed Feb 20, 2008 2:57 pm

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When does season one on bluray come out and where will it be sold? ;)

Postby Average Inventor » Wed Feb 20, 2008 3:00 pm

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NICE FIND citizen!

Postby DCinNC » Wed Feb 20, 2008 3:08 pm

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Everyday Edisons Season One


Will be available in the upcoming months on Amazon.com



Sorry Average Inventor
....it won't be on Blueray though....who would of thought that was going to be the winner.



If your just itching to buy a copy of the season ( which also contains many bonus features)....they are available at the casting calls....along with Season One products and Everyday Edisons apparel


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Postby Average Inventor » Wed Feb 20, 2008 3:13 pm

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I tivoed them all in HD but when I make it on season 3 I will be buying many copies of season 1 and 2 for my relatives ;)

Postby DCinNC » Wed Feb 20, 2008 3:16 pm

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That's a good idea Avg Inventor.



Which casting call are you coming to?

Postby DCinNC » Wed Feb 20, 2008 3:32 pm

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*New pictures are up from the San Jose Casting Call*

In the Season 3 Casting Call album


http://www.edisonnation.com/profile/EverydayEdisons/photos



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DCinNC wrote:.


Arccivo
Befudiom
SnacDaddy
Loopa
Korbie

Are all featured currently on Amazon.com


Loopa - Bed, Bath & Beyond , BuyBuy Baby


Arccivo was featured on QVC, SkyMall
SnacDaddy was featured on SkyMall
Korbie was featured on SkyMall
KoKu was featured on SkyMall


More products from Season One will be rolling out in distribution channels in the upcoming months.



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Postby What-iF... » Thu Feb 21, 2008 12:48 pm

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makeworldbetter wrote:How many ideas will be commercialized? Only the final 14? Or 50?
How many of them will be seen on TV? 50? or all 80?


Hello!

This is my 1st post at the InventorSpot - and I think I have an answer to your queston.

I was at the San Jose CC and what a remarkable experience it was!

To answer your question: They formally commercialize the 12-14 "Winners". However... I am a San Jose finalist, but they told me that "they're not sure if I'll be in the final cut (12-14) but they may have retail opportunities for me through their partners."

So then... if your idea/product is unique, marketable, and can withstand the scrutiny of their patent attorneys... you may find yourself w/ a licensing deal off the cuff.

After my "filmed pitch" where the 3 TV Judges give a Yes/No (you need 2 out of 3) they whisk you away to a quiet part of the studio (there's alot of whisking goin' on) where you sign more documents and turn over your prototypes.

In my case, as I was finalizing the papework, an EE rep grabbed me and my prototype and took me downstairs to pitch to Home Depot. There were also reps from Staples, Sharper Image and others, who represent a group of roughly 200 buyers/licensors, partnered with Everyday Edisons.

Hope this helps!
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