Picked Up By As Seen on TV, a World Patent Marketing Inventions Success Story

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Teddy’s Ballie Bumper should be on store shelves for the Christmas season and the slick new television ads are airing now.

Teddy’s Ballie Bumpers was created by inventor Steven H

Teddy’s Ballie Bumpers was created by inventor Steven H

"We're really happy for Steven," said Scott Cooper., CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing. "This is exactly what he wanted. We laid a plan to get him there, executed it, and look what happened.

Teddy’s Ballie Bumpers was just aired this morning on the Decades TV Network part of As Seen On TV. It’s a fairy tale ending for World Patent Marketing inventor, Steven. He is the creator of Teddy’s Ballie Bumpers™, a terrific household invention that prevents balls and pet toys from rolling under couches and furniture. It’s a cool invention that consists of inflatable bumpers that slide under the edges of couches or other furniture and when blown up, form a snug seal that prevents pet toys (and dust too!) from getting under the furniture.

From the very beginning Steven thought it was a perfect product for national distribution in the famous As Seen on TV line of products. But he knew he had to lay the ground work, protect his invention with the proper patents, and prepare his product and pitch in order to be taken seriously and land a great contract. He didn’t know the details of where to patent an idea or how to submit an idea for patent approval, so he sought help from World Patent Marketing. Scott J. Cooper, CEO and Creative Director , and his team put together a plan to make Teddy’s Ballie Bumpers worthy of As Seen on TV consideration.

They helped him refine the idea and arranged for a licensing deal to provide Steven with the capital he needed to pursue his dream. And in less than a year, Steven went from average guy to World Patent Marketing Success Story, with a nationally known televised product that is poised to take-off big time!

"We're really happy for Steven," said Cooper. "This is exactly what he wanted. We laid a plan to get him there, executed it, and look what happened. It fell into place exactly as we had planned. This is going to be a great product for As Seen on TV. Congratulations Steven, you earned this win."

"Teddy's Ballie Bumpers is one of World Patent Marketing Inventions' great products that has loads of broad potential," said Cattya Bella DuBois, Executive Vice President of World Patent Marketing. "As soon as he brought it to us, I thought, 'I need this.' That is always a good sign. If I have to have it, a whole lot of people will feel the same way. And now it has become a big World Patent Marketing Success Story, that is only going to get bigger. It's exciting to think that we were part of that and helped him make it all happen."

Teddy’s Ballie Bumpers will be in stores nationwide in time for the Christmas season. And you can look for the slick new television ads on As Seen on TV at

Congratulations Steven, from the team at World Patent Marketing!

About World Patent Marketing

World Patent Marketing is an innovation incubator and manufacturer of patented products for inventors and entrepreneurs. The company is broken into eight operating divisions: Research, Patents, Prototyping, Manufacturing, Retail, Web & Apps, Social Media and Capital Ventures.

World Patent Marketing is by your side every step of the way, utilizing our capital and experience to protect, prepare, and manufacture your new product idea and get it out to the market.

World Patent Marketing Success Stories are made possible because of its A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and its five star ratings from consumer review sites including: Consumer Affairs, Google, Trustpilot, Customer Lobby, Reseller Ratings, Yelp and My3Cents.

World Patent Marketing is also a proud member of the National Association of Manufacturers, Duns and Bradstreet, the US Chamber of Commerce, the South Florida Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce, Association for Manufacturing Excellence, and the New York Inventor Exchange.

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