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August 29, 2017

Lori was frustrated when washing her dog, needing a third hand to hold the hose while soaping, scrubbing, and rinsing. Joanne is a mother of four active kids and grew tired of her laundry room being muddied by dirty sports equipment, she wanted an easy way for the kids to clean their equipment and cleats before coming into the house. So one day over lunch, coffee and a few drinks the Hose Hooker was born. FUNDERDOME with Steve Harvey is a seed-funding competition reality series where two budding entrepreneurs go head-to-head to win over a live studio audience to fund their ideas, products or companies. The audience represents the "customer" and, as the customer is always right, they vote to determine the winner. But the entrepreneurs will face a major dilemma: one of them is allowed to cash out and walk away for less money. But if an entrepreneur cashes out, they forgo the opportunity to win the whole cash prize for that round—a good move if they lost the crowd vote, but a bad move if they would have won it.
www.hosehooker.com

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hi everyone and welcome to inventors
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launchpad roadmap to success I am Carmen
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Dennis Cole your host for today's
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episode and today on Launchpad we have
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two special guests local inventors here
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in the Tampa Bay area who have hit it
0:17
big time on ABC's Thunderdome on Sunday
0:22
nights they happen to be the winners of
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the episode on Thunderdome last night if
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you didn't catch the show and taped it
0:29
go ahead and look through it I have with
0:31
me Joanne and Laurie from hose hooker
0:33
hey guys are you over there we are
0:37
hi so the show was awesome you guys won
0:40
I know that it must have been a kind of
0:42
hectic being up there on stage in front
0:44
of several million people yeah well I
0:51
saw the show and I've seen it it didn't
0:54
seem like it was phasing you guys it
0:56
looked like you were having a lot of fun
0:57
up there and Steve Harvey seems like
0:59
he's a nice guy he's great yeah he's
1:03
exactly what you would expect yeah he
1:09
seems like a nice guy and I know it's a
1:11
new show that's on ABC and it's starting
1:15
to pick up steam I have seen several
1:17
episodes and there's a lot of cool
1:18
products on the show let's step back a
1:20
little bit and talk about your product
1:22
first and I know you've been working on
1:24
this product for probably a few years
1:26
now and you have been also on HSN and I
1:31
wanted to go and talk a little bit about
1:33
the process of inventing the product
1:36
your trials and tribulations what you've
1:38
run into and just some information that
1:40
you can give to our listening base which
1:42
is inventors who are kind of in the same
1:45
boat that you are they're there they
1:47
have their product or they're making
1:48
their products that are looking for
1:49
prototype and manufacturing and I wanted
1:52
to kind of start from the beginning so
1:56
the beginning starts it started pretty
1:59
much out of napkin I guess a lot of
2:01
times say you know and I hate to say but
2:04
in a bar I'm a napkin you know and you
2:09
know what like they always say that
2:11
something you need
2:13
or something you're looking to make your
2:15
life easier is usually what you come up
2:17
with you're trying to find it you can't
2:19
so when we couldn't that how host hooker
2:23
was pretty much born over a beer on a
2:25
napkin so when we Malia
2:34
we're thinking of this product we were
2:36
trying to do things to make our life
2:38
easier and in particular my biggest
2:41
problem and you could probably hear it
2:43
in the background is my dog and trying
2:46
to try to best my dog I always needed my
2:50
daughter's help or my husband's health
2:52
and they never want you know they're
2:54
like rolling their eyes every so we're
2:57
talking about we need something to help
3:00
us like and Joann you can tell your side
3:03
I know but we need something to help us
3:05
to get our daily routine tours on
3:08
without Kevin good dependent when's our
3:12
family going to be home you know and
3:14
especially not my daughter's in college
3:15
and out of town makes it really harder
3:18
to get the dog back
3:21
[Laughter]
3:23
the greatest part is when we once we
3:27
realize how great it works for her dogs
3:30
washing her dogs you consistently still
3:34
to this day we come up with more and
3:35
more great ideas of how can you use so
3:38
that's the best part
3:40
well the the product itself it's
3:43
something that as you said a lot of
3:45
people have these same types of issues
3:47
you know having they need a free hands
3:49
to wash things and outside and you know
3:52
whether it be anything and I remember
3:54
seeing the HSN episode where you
3:56
demonstrated many products but it's one
3:59
of those things that you that you think
4:01
about until you have the problem kind of
4:06
like what's your wiper is right oh yeah
4:10
my son comes home from the crock with
4:15
the muddiest filthy equipment and you
4:18
know what I don't want him in my laundry
4:21
room so the greatest part is is a host
4:24
of her literally sits outside in the
4:27
front yard the hoses on it and he can
4:30
wash everything off so that when it hits
4:32
the laundry room to dry it's not muddy
4:34
it's not dirty so that's how that helped
4:38
me like crazy
4:40
yeah nice that nothing has been nothing
4:42
dirty I could go back in your garage or
4:44
back in your house yeah I mean the good
4:47
part is is you guys had this idea or you
4:49
notice his problem and then you act upon
4:51
it so so what was the time frame when
4:55
you started thinking about the idea or
4:57
talking about it over a few beers
4:59
hanging out and talking to you sure we
5:01
did something was what was the time
5:03
frame we don't know where to go with it
5:09
right and you know what we have a lot of
5:12
ideas and you know how you have all
5:14
those conversations about we should do
5:17
this and we should do that and then what
5:19
happened we got you know we got a little
5:23
napkin idea then we got my husband to
5:26
make like a little wooden kind of things
5:28
in order we hiked yeah and then what
5:30
happened you know what happened after
5:31
that we met you we met you and that's
5:34
what just our otta from napkin to you
5:39
know literally in our hands and
5:41
manufacture yeah well I appreciate that
5:45
and you guys I mean you guys drove drove
5:48
that work you drove that idea all the
5:50
way through it's it's not easy taking an
5:51
invention and that time spree that time
5:54
frame in between a year to when you had
5:56
the idea to when we actually had the
5:58
first prototypes or whatever made that's
6:00
actually not too long did it seem like
6:02
forever when you guys are getting uh
6:04
when it was taking time wow you know
6:08
you're busy with life you're busy you're
6:10
kidding on everything so no it doesn't
6:12
seem that long but you just are dying to
6:14
get it moving you're dying to know your
6:16
reel of sitting and your diamond just
6:18
get it going and I'm not sure leadership
6:20
so long as it did like for us not
6:24
knowing the process and trying to figure
6:26
out like okay we have this great idea
6:29
and what do we do with it we didn't had
6:31
no idea what to do with it and that's
6:34
probably what took a year or so from
6:37
from just having a conversation about it
6:40
to try to get it like what do we do is
6:43
it now we had no idea and like we showed
6:45
that's when we met you and things really
6:48
took off in a direction up you can do
6:51
anything in this world except for lack
6:53
of knowledge and you since you had the
6:55
knowledge and we had the idea it came
6:58
together rather well well no that's
7:01
great and what I liked about when I when
7:03
I first met you guys I mean not only did
7:05
were you fun you you knew what you
7:07
wanted you're gonna have fun doing it
7:09
but the product itself and I don't mean
7:11
it is in a bad way it was a simple
7:13
product that solved a huge problem yes
7:16
right karma we hear all the time that
7:18
thing we hear the most is I can't
7:19
believe nobody ever but nobody ever
7:26
thought of it yeah and used I mean used
7:29
in so many different ways I mean I have
7:31
used that on construction sites I've
7:34
seen it being used I've seen it at
7:35
people's homes it's so universal
7:38
but when you think about it because I
7:39
know it fits a commercial hose and
7:41
standard residential hook which is again
7:45
a great idea to be able to use it
7:47
universally like that so being able to
7:50
solve such a big problem that's widely
7:53
known with such a simple device and I
7:57
think that's why the product is so
7:58
popular and you guys have seen such such
8:02
success now most of the thing that slows
8:05
down inventors myself included is is
8:09
funding I mean I know you guys don't
8:11
have a million dollars to throw at
8:13
marketing or or television commercials
8:15
so I know you're slowly building up and
8:17
you were on HSN I know you had some
8:19
sales there let's go before you talk
8:22
about that the process I know I know the
8:25
process takes a long time between
8:26
prototyping molds and manufacturing were
8:30
there any any times or any things that
8:32
you guys would want to tell our
8:35
listening audience or inventors to look
8:37
out for or something that they should
8:39
should really think about whilst during
8:41
that process because it is an exciting
8:43
process you know sometimes you forget or
8:46
you know any were there any tricks or
8:48
things that you didn't know about or or
8:51
something that we can tell tell the in
8:53
interest to watch out for yeah I'm going
8:55
to say one of the things is to make sure
8:58
that you partner or work with the
9:01
manufacturer that gives you a very high
9:03
quality product in dealing with some
9:06
people that we met on the show you know
9:09
what's going on under them they've had
9:12
some manufacturing issues so luckily we
9:15
didn't have to worry about that because
9:17
we had a trusted manufacturing partner
9:19
and the quality of the product is
9:22
amazing
9:23
and if you're dealing especially when
9:25
you're dealing in China you have to make
9:27
sure that the quality is being checked
9:29
before you invest a lot of money and you
9:32
get your product here and it's not very
9:34
good so I'm going to say don't don't
9:38
skimp on finding a good quality
9:41
manufacturer just to save a few dollars
9:43
because we know are some people that
9:46
really said they could do it all
9:48
themselves and they kind of got you know
9:51
they kind of they got bad products and
9:53
then they had nowhere to go to get and
9:55
it's not like Gillan was here you know
9:58
in the United States mm-hmm I saw I saw
10:01
a jo-ann shaking her head like yeah you
10:03
don't want to skimp on that no no no
10:06
pimp on there and the process is you
10:09
know if you just if you just work on the
10:12
process is like the roadmap that you
10:15
guys laid out for us you know maybe one
10:17
thing at a time I'm pretty sure my
10:20
remaining such as a US more than one oh
10:22
my gosh slow down going at a time yeah
10:25
because we just wanted to grab it and
10:27
run but there's a process to get
10:29
everything you know out there and gentle
10:32
right and done right so don't skimp make
10:35
sure your website doesn't crash if
10:36
you're ever going to do anything you
10:38
know big like we're doing I'm under
10:40
don't make sure that everything is in
10:42
place for your ordering your shipping
10:44
there's a lot lot lot to think of and
10:47
you know it's a process so just follow
10:51
the process and follow the steps so you
10:53
don't miss anything because one of the
10:56
biggest things like I said is the people
10:59
that we met and thunderdome are in all
11:01
different stages of their business and
11:04
because of that we've learned some
11:06
things that they did
11:07
really and they learned some things from
11:08
us that we did and making sure that you
11:12
don't want things to not go well when
11:15
you're ready to launch your product yeah
11:19
that that's actually some good advice
11:20
there's no doubt about it because you
11:22
don't want to fill your garage up or a
11:23
warehouse or wherever you're going to
11:25
push that product with with faulty or
11:28
product that it's not high quality
11:30
because especially that first version so
11:34
myself I am glad that you guys were
11:36
patient enough even though we had to be
11:38
impatient patient person P person
11:41
because you want it done very quickly
11:43
and so do I but you know that you need
11:46
to get the right product you wouldn't be
11:48
you can't sell it if it's not right well
11:50
I think one of the things we learned
11:51
from meeting people and Steve Harvey
11:54
Thunderdome and they were they also
11:55
summer the opposite where they had a
11:58
chance at a pretty big break like being
12:00
on say Good Morning America and then
12:02
they didn't have inventory and so they
12:04
didn't have anything and then it totally
12:06
if you know you got all the hype and you
12:09
don't have the product and that was a
12:11
disaster
12:12
so you know you have that window and you
12:14
can do something right and then when you
12:16
don't that's probably going to hurt you
12:18
know that inventor for quite a while oh
12:20
yeah yeah they're yeah they'll regret
12:23
that which you know again it's it's
12:24
unfortunate but having that small amount
12:27
or that inventory of the right product
12:30
is is very important so no no I am so
12:35
glad for you guys I know it's been a
12:36
struggle with like with most inventors
12:38
out there and you guys have hung in
12:40
there and it was just so exciting
12:42
when you gave me the word that you were
12:44
on the show I just knew you guys are
12:46
gonna do great and and you deserve it
12:48
you've been working really really hard
12:50
on that product I will throw up on the
12:52
way no matter what in business no one
13:01
has more fun than us that's right well
13:05
when the product was conceived over a
13:08
few beers you you have to have fun yeah
13:14
well let's talk a little bit about the
13:16
show I mean I know that you guys
13:19
you saw some some some kind of ad for
13:22
the show for entries and and actually
13:24
though they actually company contacted
13:26
us and called when Joanne put us on a
13:30
three-way call and they said hey we're
13:33
doing this new show Steve Harvey's
13:35
Thunderdome and were like who is this
13:37
yeah
13:38
right uh what what we yeah we were
13:42
almost going to hang up and be like who
13:43
is this in every your social media comes
13:45
to play because I'm free on Instagram
13:48
Ida team all picked us up and because of
13:52
that that's where they found out and so
13:54
late he called us and said listen I saw
13:57
your pride out in the autumn all week
13:59
think he'd be a great fit for this show
14:01
and he went on and on and then we asked
14:03
who was commentating he said skeet
14:05
hardly we go come on
14:08
no you're kidding me if you know it's
14:11
very overwhelming and it's surreal so
14:13
when they flew us up to LA and they put
14:15
us up in a hotel and they paid our
14:17
expenses than we knew we were really in
14:19
for the real thing and the whole the
14:24
whole process of the show was kind of
14:27
crazy you know you and all the going
14:30
through all the aspects of getting on
14:33
stage it was a brand new show so no one
14:35
had any idea what to expect so it made
14:39
it a little bit interesting and it made
14:41
a lot of fun it's a well you're a room
14:42
with all the producers and some
14:44
directors and stuff you just yeah you
14:46
know so we had actually uh we had
14:49
actually like just a few days to put
14:51
together like a little audition tape
14:54
which we did with a with an iPhone and
14:57
you know a bunch of holiday girl Emily
15:00
Nia and knows that they're exactly the
15:03
host occur and they picked us to be on
15:05
the show so it was awesome you know that
15:07
part was awesome for sure
15:08
and I saw the rest is you know everybody
15:12
saw the show last night till the rest is
15:14
kind of history well I saw the intro
15:16
video or the Devon demo video guys did
15:18
which was a lot of fun and that's what
15:20
shows that you're having fun you know if
15:22
you do things in the right order I mean
15:24
it is frustrating you want to sell
15:25
millions of your product you want to get
15:27
out there and you want to rush it you
15:29
guys are doing it correctly but it is
15:30
you are
15:32
you are going after it and you're still
15:33
having fun doing these things and and
15:36
that's really great it is so much it is
15:39
so uncanny to see somebody like your
15:41
cells that are doing your inventors and
15:43
you're trying to get your product after
15:44
but you're still having fun and it's so
15:45
important to go on a show like this and
15:47
even on the show I mean I do I do this
15:50
lot I talk to people I talk in front of
15:52
people I would have been nervous as hell
15:54
up there you do it's funny because like
15:57
I said I almost threw up on the way out
15:59
and once you get out there I don't know
16:01
what it is that you start engaging with
16:03
the audience and you just start any
16:05
things are really helpful because they
16:07
play back and they feed off you also so
16:10
that made it really really fun and then
16:12
if you feel that all the time you just
16:14
kind of go with it you know and we
16:16
practice our pitch obviously it's all
16:18
over it over it right but you know but
16:21
once you're out there it just it becomes
16:23
a little natural to talk about your
16:25
product more so than you think it was
16:28
more honestly not talking about the
16:32
product or talking about the product was
16:34
the easy part
16:35
the hard part was stand here do this do
16:38
that I'm really trying to remember all
16:39
the things and they go this step now
16:41
after the stand over here and then after
16:44
this stand over there like what what
16:46
where I'm Harvey did it I'm over to
16:48
watch it we're like class so talking
16:50
about our product I am very naturally do
16:53
it all the time so so I'm just want to
16:58
make some of the inventors that are
16:59
listening jealous because you're saying
17:00
they flew you out to LA they put you in
17:03
a hotel they pay for everything did they
17:06
drive you around right here they drive
17:11
your filming base and then by the way
17:14
they said we're rock where are spending
17:16
a little off can you say two more days
17:20
oh no wow
17:25
while we were out there so and surprise
17:28
we got us tickets to go see Jimmy Kimmel
17:30
which was very cool that was I and the
17:34
musical guest was Erykah Badu and she
17:37
actually we ran into her a mentor and
17:40
our hotel was very crazy
17:44
the best part Carmen
17:45
dad when we're at Kimmel we said okay
17:46
next numbers on the Kimmel we want to be
17:48
on his stage we might have been away I
17:50
am alone right right you know not just
17:52
for audience members but I'm going to
17:54
say one of the most exciting things that
17:57
we did was Matt all the other people
17:59
that were on the show because they're
18:01
exactly in the same places up trying to
18:04
get the word out there for their product
18:06
you know trying to win some money to get
18:09
the you know to get the product out to
18:11
market a lot of them only have
18:13
prototypes a lot of them have inventions
18:16
that were are you know selling here and
18:18
there so that huge audience to see your
18:21
product is just amazing well you feed
18:23
off each other like were you have a
18:25
bunch of inventors in the room you know
18:27
we're the same place together you're
18:29
just throwing ideas bouncing things off
18:31
each other this worked for us if you try
18:34
this know we had or you know but we've
18:36
done this so it was really really such a
18:39
great experience all of it yeah we
18:41
really keep in contact with a lot of
18:43
them that's great yeah makes it kind of
18:45
fun for all of us because we're all in
18:47
the same boat kind of you know it's
18:50
funny because when I speak with
18:52
inventors or even like I said I'm an
18:54
inventor sometimes you think you're on
18:55
an island and no one is experiencing the
18:58
same issues or problems but being thrown
19:00
into a room or together with these other
19:03
inventors you realize that you know hey
19:05
you're all in this together kind of
19:07
you're all experienced somewhat the same
19:08
things right right right
19:10
and you know it's funny because all of
19:13
our friends and they have jobs you know
19:15
9:00 to 5:00 I don't knock it
19:17
it's good work for them yeah all of our
19:20
friends that have guys really don't
19:21
understand what being an entrepreneur
19:25
really means and we always joke around
19:27
about I there's other people that have
19:29
worked 100 hours a week to avoid working
19:32
for too bright someone else yeah and to
19:35
answer God's truth yes we would much
19:37
rather be working at our own product our
19:41
own business our own invention and
19:43
talking to other entrepreneurs and
19:46
talking business 24/7 than to punch a
19:49
clock for someone else
19:50
true yeah no no I I know the feelings I
19:55
must write but that's it that'd be near
19:59
exactly right it's that excitement I
20:00
mean what you guys did and going on a
20:03
show only a few people can say they do
20:05
that if you were working a nine-to-five
20:06
job you would never have taken that
20:08
chance you would have never invented
20:10
your product to get on that show I mean
20:11
you've been on HSN now you've been on
20:13
funded um you met you Harvey I mean they
20:15
put you up in a hotel in LA I mean come
20:17
on who gets to do these things and
20:25
whatever experience the greatest herded
20:27
with every period if it were more
20:28
comfortable in front of people or more
20:30
comfortable you know now to go to say
20:33
present in front of a retailer for us Fe
20:36
you know that would be simple spending
20:38
them yeah that'd be simple so that's a
20:41
nice part and the fact I think the fact
20:44
that a big company like ABC wanted our
20:49
product to be featured on our new show
20:52
gives it a ton of credibility after
20:56
shirt so that you can't I mean you can't
21:00
put a number on that and and that's just
21:03
so exciting for us we have no idea the
21:06
sky's the limit for us we don't have no
21:08
idea where the products gonna go from
21:10
here but we know it's gonna be good
21:12
well yeah the great part is in date we
21:15
reached out to you for this make sound
21:17
you hired you
21:18
right that's awesome
21:22
also great what's so what's what's next
21:24
now now that the show aired you have
21:27
some thoughts about going to retail are
21:30
you gonna step up your your online sales
21:32
or what's what's the next thing to do I
21:34
think all the above really it really is
21:39
it if it's something you just have to
21:41
keep playing off of now you can't let up
21:43
once you get a chance like that an
21:46
opportunity I just can't let up so now
21:48
it's totally headfirst into just
21:51
everything you know talking to retailers
21:54
get your product out there as much as
21:56
you possibly can yeah we're reaching out
21:59
to everyone we can try to keep social
22:02
media marketing going trying to work
22:05
with retailers especially that you know
22:08
probably our end goal but selling the
22:11
products on our web
22:12
site is great because that just shows
22:15
that people want it and that their you
22:18
know they come to our website they order
22:19
it we ship it out it seems like a very
22:22
personal connection selling on our
22:24
website where hey it'd be great to see
22:27
our product and you know Lowe's or Home
22:28
Depot or something but it's not as
22:31
personal as it is when people actually
22:33
contact us by email and say hey we love
22:36
your product we want to get you know we
22:38
want to get one and we'll take the
22:40
impersonal go home keeper yeah a little
22:42
bit right let's take a lot of weight
22:44
yeah so uh when they send you personally
22:48
a chick it'll feel personal but but I
22:57
tell you I say looking back I mean it
23:00
just must be after all all the craziness
23:03
having somebody buy your product or TV
23:06
show just must it must be just feels so
23:09
great it does add some fats the amazing
23:12
thing is you think of something that
23:14
helps you and then when you realize how
23:16
many people it really helps and how many
23:18
people would want something like that
23:20
but never could find it um that that's
23:24
the best feeling ever
23:25
it really is it's truly real that if you
23:28
own a host of her you will just keep
23:30
your holes in it all the time yes you'll
23:32
just carry it around like it's an except
23:34
you know like it's part of your host and
23:36
just pursuing them you can use it yeah
23:38
in the grass wash your tools wash your
23:41
dog wash your gardening tools you could
23:45
put it in the right on the remote and
23:46
help so it doesn't fall off onto the
23:48
ground
23:49
rebo it camping yeah take a camp I mean
23:51
it and we're going to extend it and wash
23:53
the roof of your car when you're washing
23:54
your car and wash your gutters out this
23:57
is so much you can do literally you will
24:00:00
keep your hose in it and just keep it
24:02:00
next year spicket all the time and we've
24:04:00
had people like I said earlier we've had
24:07:00
people just tell us that oh I used it
24:09:00
for this we go I never even thought of
24:11:00
that you know I mean one guy one guy put
24:14:00
in the ground and had the hose aiming at
24:17:00
like a slip and slide slip and slide for
24:19:00
his kids so that the water just
24:21:00
continually kept running I feel that
24:23:00
it's just stuff that I think Laurie said
24:25:00
one of
24:25:00
French I did offer or put into the
24:28:00
ground and tied off their kayaks so that
24:31:00
they didn't float away I know right it
24:33:00
sucks it right
24:34:00
you wouldn't think up you know you just
24:36:00
don't think up yeah our other our other
24:38:00
friends used it camping so that they can
24:41:00
watch other dishes and their kids
24:43:00
swimsuits and stuff without having it
24:45:00
you know you need two hands for
24:47:00
everything you'd be surprised the amount
24:49:00
of uses you can come up with create your
24:51:00
own on the and the way they're really
24:53:00
kind talk around for about a good
24:56:00
invention is when other people start
24:58:00
dreaming up uses for you because as in
25:01:00
veteran Eve myself important I try to
25:04:00
think of every possible use but when in
25:08:00
the outside world is buying your product
25:09:00
and one of the things that you haven't
25:11:00
thought about also know that you got a
25:13:00
dump right yeah yeah right and either
25:15:00
one the price point a twenty bucks is
25:18:00
pretty you know ninety ninety five makes
25:20:00
it affordable for anyone it's not like
25:23:00
some outrageous oh I don't really you
25:26:00
know I can't afford that
25:27:00
no I think second Elliott is so simple
25:30:00
for everyone that's another thing I
25:31:00
think for exerts two is actually greedy
25:33:00
like with your price point of your
25:35:00
product because it like laureate it said
25:39:00
in the beginning that there were people
25:40:00
that we're dealt with on the showed I
25:42:00
think their products were just so high
25:44:00
the charts pricing income but ours is it
25:48:00
a great spot it's under that twenty
25:50:00
dollar price point and I think that's
25:51:00
just so important right now
25:53:00
I think pricing is very very important
25:57:00
mmm yeah and the fact that everyone can
26:00:00
just afford one and it honestly if you
26:04:00
if you own one it just becomes just part
26:07:00
of your host your daily routine you'd be
26:09:00
surprised how many people use it every
26:12:00
day in ways that you never thought of
26:15:00
yes it's great great all right well very
26:18:00
good I'm gonna start with some closing
26:21:00
up here and you guys being on the show
26:24:00
today I congratulate you on all your
26:26:00
successes I know that the country was
26:29:00
going to be very bright for you as the
26:31:00
product is awesome and I can't wait to
26:33:00
see it on every shelf in retail but I
26:35:00
know it's coming sometime soon yeah we
26:38:00
can't either
26:39:00
we're ready all right yeah we're ready
26:41:00
for we're ready for launch and getting
26:44:00
everything out they're really going and
26:46:00
just having fun with it everybody sa fun
26:48:00
with it you can't treat it like it's a
26:50:00
liver guy kind of thing it's just
26:52:00
something it's our business we have fun
26:55:00
we promoted to people we sell it and if
26:58:00
we get to see it in Home Depot or Lowe's
27:00:00
or HRA or something some days it'll be
27:03:00
awesome
27:04:00
no no I totally get it it's not much
27:07:00
better than getting on Steve Harvey
27:08:00
though ah how happy people find the
27:13:00
product to buy a website go to our
27:16:00
website wwlp.com then bye bye bye yes
27:23:00
yeah please buy and buy one buy one as a
27:26:00
gift there's no doubt about why people
27:32:00
will love them and use them so it's
27:36:00
awesome
27:36:00
very good while I can I appreciate you
27:40:00
guys congratulations and we will talk
27:42:00
soon bye guys

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