PITTSBURGH, Sept. 26, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- InventHelp is pleased to announce they have released a new commercial featuring six clients and company partner George Foreman. This is the first commercial of its kind for the leading inventor services company.
The inventors flew from all over the country to the commercial shoot in Los Angeles, CA, where they met George Foreman and told him about their experience with InventHelp. The new commercial highlights the clients' testimonials, InventHelp's services and benefits, and their points of pride, including 35 years of experience in the invention industry.
"It was very inspiring to hear the stories of these everyday inventors," said George Foreman. "They really believe in their ideas and I'm proud that InventHelp has been able to assist them. I'll always remember meeting with them and hearing their stories."
Each inventor had a unique invention and story to tell.
Brian of Exeter, CA is the inventor of the FanBlade Cleaner, a product that helps homeowners clean their ceiling fans by slipping it on and off the blades, catching the dust. Brian has inventory of his product and it was added to the mail order catalog company Starcrest Products of California and is also available for sale on Amazon.
Ann Marie, from Long Island, NY, is the inventor of Sink Out of Sight. It is a screen that slides over your kitchen sink to hide dirty dishes. Ann Marie used InventHelp's patent referral services and received a patent for her invention.
Greg of Campbell, CA is the inventor of Square It Up Baseball. His invention helps baseball players find the "sweet spot" on a baseball bat. Greg used InventHelp's patent referral services and received a patent for his invention.
Tim, from Cornelius, NC, is the inventor of Nite Hoops, a glow-in-the-dark basketball net that allows players to shoot hoops even at night. Tim used InventHelp's patent referral services and received a patent for his invention. Tim has inventory of his product and it is available on Amazon.
Sam of Maynard, TX is the inventor of Cord Unite. His invention allows two extension cords to be connected and protected from water or impact, especially on a worksite. Sam used InventHelp's patent referral services and received a patent for his invention. InventHelp also created a prototype for him.
Cheryl, from Irvine, CA, is the inventor of Arrange It Once. Cheryl is an interior designer and her invention is a series of actual-size templates that helps homeowners to determine how to place heavy furniture without moving it multiple times.
"It was such a meaningful experience to see our inventors interact with George Foreman," said Matthew Tagliavia, Senior Director of Marketing. "They were thrilled to tell him about their invention stories."
InventHelp assists everyday inventors with new product ideas by creating materials that represent their idea and submitting to companies who have agreed to confidentially review them. InventHelp has a network of over 9,000 companies who have agreed to review new ideas in confidence. Additionally, InventHelp can provide low-cost patent referrals, which has resulted in over 10,000 patents for their clients.
InventHelp can also create 3D animations representing an idea. The 3D renderings and computer-generated animations highlight the main function or use of an invention idea. This provides viewers with a more tangible understanding of how an invention may work in practice. This animation can be provided to companies interested in an idea and it is also included in VIBE. VIBE, or Virtual Invention Browsing Experience, is a state-of-the-art virtual viewing station with allows companies to privately view ideas from InventHelp clients. VIBE travels to Las Vegas for the Licensing Expo, which is attended by more than 16,000 licensees, manufacturers, and retailers.
With more than 65 sales offices nationwide, it's easy for InventHelp clients to find an office near them. InventHelp has offices in many highly-populated cities, including: Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Montreal, Nashville, New York City, Orlando, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Salt Lake City, San Diego, San Francisco, Tampa, Toronto, Virginia Beach, and Washington D.C.
The above results are not typical as most client inventions are not sold in stores, in catalogs, or online.
From 2015-2017, we signed Submission Agreements with 6,564 clients. As a result of our services, 166 clients have received license agreements for their products, and 49 clients have received more money than they paid us for these services.
InventHelp gives no advice as to whether your idea is patentable. Such advice may come only from a patent attorney or licensed patent agent. If you wish patent advice, it is advisable to seek advice from an independent patent attorney.
In business since 1984, InventHelp is a leading inventor service company, with more than 65 sales offices in the U.S., and Canada. We help everyday inventors submit their ideas to industry.
InventHelp is located at 217 Ninth Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222 and can be reached by phone at (412) 288-1300 or by email at [email protected].