World Patent Marketing Invention Team Announces A New Sporting Goods Invention That Allows People To Cheer For Multiple Teams, Fair Weather Fans

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World Patent Marketing Reviews A New Sporting Goods Invention. Will Fair Weather Fans Be the Next World Patent Marketing Low Cost Success Story?

Fair Weather Fans is a sporting goods invention that allows people to quickly alter their caps so they can cheer for multiple teams.

The sporting goods industry is worth $63 billion,” says Scott Cooper, CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing. "Athletic lifestyles have been key in driving this industry forward for the past few years.

World Patent Marketing, a vertically integrated manufacturer and engineer of patented products, announces Fair Weather Fans, a sporting goods invention that helps people cheer for their favorite teams.

"The sporting goods industry is worth $63 billion,” says Scott Cooper, CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing. "Athletic lifestyles have been key in driving this industry forward for the past few years."

“It’s easy to get passionate cheering for your favorite sports team,” says Jerry Shapiro, Director of Manufacturing and World Patent Marketing Inventions. “That's why many people like to show their support by wearing clothes with their favorite team’s logo on it. This sporting goods invention lets people easily change the logo on their caps.”

Fair Weather Fans is a sporting goods invention that lets people alter their caps to support different teams. During a sports season, people may want to cheer for multiple teams, sometimes even across multiple sports. However, it can be annoying and expensive to buy a cap for each team. This invention is a standard baseball cap but it comes with velcro in the front. This velcro is then used to attach patches with the insignias of different teams, which are all sold separately. The user can buy the insignias they want and use the one that’s appropriate for whatever game they’re going to. This allows fans to support multiple teams very easily without breaking the bank.

“I believe in this product and feel like it's a real game changer,” says inventor Jesse R. “After all, change is good. To be able to give the consumer the option of removing and replacing sports teams insignias and the style and colors of their hat is, in my opinion, a novel idea. Changing sport affiliations because of personal preference in terms of seasons, team's winning or losing, or even just personal style should be afforded for the public without having multiple hats to keep track of and break in.”

Fair Weather Fans is a sporting goods invention that allows people to quickly alter their caps so they can cheer for multiple teams.

ABOUT WORLD PATENT MARKETING

World Patent Marketing is always looking for new invention ideas. The company provides invention services and is one of the only patent companies that engineers and manufactures its own products. The company is broken into six operating divisions:

Patent Assistance and Research * Prototypes and Manufacturing * Distribution and Retail * Digital Marketing and Social Media * Direct Response TV and Internet Video Production * Patent Licensing & Investments

As a global leader in the patent invention services industry, World Patent Marketing is by your side every step of the way, utilizing its capital and experience to guide the invention process towards a successful product launch so you can be one of the next World Patent Marketing Success Stories.

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The CEO of World Patent Marketing, Scott Cooper, is also a Director of The Cooper Idea Foundation is the founder of the New York Inventors Exchange and has also been a proud member of the National Association of Manufacturers, Duns and Bradstreet, the US Chamber of Commerce, the South Florida Chamber of Commerce, the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce, the Association for Manufacturing Excellence and the Society of Plastics Engineers.

Those who are wondering how hard is it to get a patent or how much does it cost to patent an idea, should contact the invention marketing experts.

World Patent Marketing credits its invention success to it's powerful and influential advisory board and its controversial “shock content” approach to invention marketing. According to Scott J. Cooper, the CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing, “complaints from competitors are just part of the World Patent Marketing cost of doing business.”

To submit invention ideas, contact World Patent Marketing at (888) 926-8174. Corporate headquarters located at 1680 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida 33139.

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