Lottery Winners Clean Up With World Patent Marketing's Lucky Sweeper

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World Patent Marketing reviews new cleaning invention known as Lucky Sweeper.

this cleaning invention works like a charm

Change your luck with the Lucky Sweeper

"The Global Sports Betting and Lotteries industry is worth $202 billion. Until 2019, growth will be driven by emerging economies with voracious consumer demand," says Scott Cooper, CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing.

World Patent Marketing, a vertically integrated manufacturer and engineer of patented products, announces the Lucky Sweeper, a cleaning invention that helps in cleaning tiny particles such as the opaque materials of a lotto ticket.

"The Global Sports Betting and Lotteries industry is worth $202 billion," says Scott Cooper, CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing. "Until 2019, growth will be driven by emerging economies with voracious consumer demand. Online gambling will become a far more prominent aspect of the industry as technology improves and internet penetration and smartphone ownership rates increase."

“Playing the lottery gives us all a chance of having that winning moment; a chance to win at something and win something big,” says Cattya Bella, Director of Product Development for World Patent Marketing Review Team. “However, scratching that lotto card can leave an awful mess. The Lucky Sweeper is a cleaning invention that gives people the opportunity to win big while lessening their worries about the dirt and mess that comes with it.”

The Lucky Sweeper is a vacuum-type device that will help in the clean up of lottery tickets—especially the scratch to win varieties. It is battery operated for ease of use and sports a battery compartment, blade, motor, fan, debris catch tray, and an external vented port. This cleaning invention has an elongated and cylindrical shape which makes it easy to use and hold. This device allows people to scratch lottery cards while machine uses the debris catch tray to collect the waste.

“The Lucky Sweeper is a cleaning invention that fills consumer needs when it comes to playing lotto", says inventor Adam K. “It has a lot of functions and can act as a lucky charm, ensures cleanliness while playing, and even sports a flash light to help people scratch cards in the dark.”

Randall Brown, a gaming enthusiast and blogger from Columbia, MD, has this to say about the Lucky Sweeper: “This cleaning invention gives lottery players a unique and convenient way of playing lotto and in scratching the cards. It is very portable so it can be brought anywhere. With the Lucky Sweeper, there is no need to get the fingernails messed up. It makes playing the lottery more convenient and exciting.”

The Luck Sweeper is a cleaning invention that allows people to get that winning feeling whenever they see their lucky numbers from a lottery ticket while not having to worry about making a mess in the process.


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