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Re: Companies to Submit Your Invention Ideas To

Postby Gizmo » Tue Mar 17, 2009 5:51 am

Roger Brown wrote:chradecky,

I like the look of your site. Can you post a link to any of the toys or sports items you currently have on the market?


Nice call Roger, I would love to see it also !!!!!!!!!!!! :lol:

Re: Companies to Submit Your Invention Ideas To

Postby Scottsdale,AZ » Wed Aug 04, 2010 10:10 pm

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First post and must say great site! My inventions are fishing related and need some advice on getting contact info for companys like bass pro shop etc.. Any advice or info would be of great help!!

Scott Hall

Re: Companies to Submit Your Invention Ideas To

Postby Roger Brown » Thu Aug 05, 2010 4:28 am

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Try http://www.purefishing.com/ contact them and they will send you a nondisclosure to sign prior to submitting your ideas.

This is a reminder for everyone. Please do your submission in a professional manner. Do your homework first before contacting them and make sure your product is not already on the market. More than 80% of submissions are for products that already exist because the Inventor did not take the time to do the proper research. Make sure your sell sheet is accurate and the benefits are listed. DON'T waste paper telling them how long you have been working on this idea or that you built your prototype in your backyard, garage, etc. They don't care. All they want to know is how it is going to make them money. Make sure your contact info is on the material. Do not send prototypes unless requested by the company. You can let them know you have a prototype available if they are interested. Once you send the material give them reasonable time to review it and answer back. DO NOT send it on Monday and call them Tuesday wanting an answer. Don't laugh a large percenatge of you do exactly that and then wonder why the company rejected your idea.
Inventing is a business TREAT IT like one.
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I have gotten 9 products licensed spending less than $100 on each, you can too.