Seeking "Backyard Inventors" for W Network
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Do you have a unique invention? Have you found a genius solution to an everyday problem? If so, inventions guru Doug Hall wants to help.
W Network’s “Backyard Inventors” showcases the undiscovered talent, energy and raw passion of Canadian inventors who have yet to unleash their unique ideas on the world. In each episode, Doug Hall meets with a handful of inventors in their backyards, garages and basement workshops before choosing one inventor to take through his acclaimed Eureka! Ranch process. Selected inventors receive a personal invitation to the Eureka! Ranch satellite office in Toronto, where they will refine, market test and position their creation. Then, Doug will introduce them to an industry leader with the clout to buy or invest in their invention… and change their world forever.
Doug Hall is looking for Canadian candidates with inventions that meet the following criteria:
- Your invention has a WORKING PROTOTYPE.
- It is unique, visually interesting, and can be tested by Doug.
- It does not have a history of sales.
- It is for everyday use and something that every Canadian should own!
Taping of this series begins in late January, 2012. The sooner you submit your idea, the better your chances are of appearing on the show.
To find out more or to apply for the show, please download an application here:
Email it along with a digital image of your invention, your workspace, and yourself to email@example.com
If you’re an Inventor ready to bring your invention out of the backyard and into the world, this is the opportunity of a lifetime. Don’t miss it!
#BackyardInventors apply here: http://bit.ly/vBj3mE
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