1:08 PM | Posted in
So i have this idea about a security invention that i know would be great at lowes. The problem is that while i can't seem to find my exact idea there are a couple other ideas that are similar to mine that would also work. Also just because i couldn't find it doesn't mean that its not out there. And while the product is way simple and easy to use and make, i have no idea how i would even begin to sell the idea. Would i go to the lowes corporate office and try to sell them, try to have an already established company buy the idea from me and do royalty fees, i have no idea. Still i'll keep looking around to see if my idea exist else where and if it doesn't maybe then i'll take it to the next step.


4 responses to "Invention"

  1. Sonic Death Monkey!!! On February 27, 2008 at 3:15 PM

    Get a patent on it, even if you have a small change to something else you can patent that piece and then if someone takes your idea you can sue their pants off and make money the American way.

  2. Ginny On February 27, 2008 at 5:06 PM

    If you tell me what it is I can give you some input as to what your next step should be....lol.

  3. Christine On February 28, 2008 at 2:55 PM

    I agree with sonic death monkey - if nobody else has the patent you should buy it and then try to sell it to companies that might want to use it. Then you'd be rich and Becca could stay home like she wants and then you guys could give scholarships to the average white people.

  4. Mom KAS On February 28, 2008 at 5:54 PM

    Patent, son, patent! Think of BASF (which doesn't make the things you use, but makes the things you use, better.) Think of Viktor Schreckengost* who added beauty to basic functionality (e.g., the chrome detail on bicycles) yet did not become wealthy because he did not patent his ideas.