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SOURCE Minnesota Inventors Congress
56th Annual Invention & Idea Show to take place April 19 & 20, 2013
REDWOOD FALLS, Minn., March 18, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Inventors from across the United States can gain exposure for their inventions by exhibiting at the upcoming 56th Annual Minnesota Inventors Congress Invention & Idea Show on April 19 and 20, 2013 in Redwood Falls, Minnesota.
"Our annual Invention & Idea Show is a national event where inventors test market their inventions," says Deb Hess, Director of Inventor Services for the Minnesota Inventors Congress (MIC). "In fact, the Show is a great venue for inventors to build a network of business experts who can help them develop their product and connect with fellow inventors." The 2011 Grand Prize winner, Loyd Van Buskirk, commented that because of the contacts he made at the event, that in just a few months, he and his business partner have moved to where they had hoped to be in 3-5 years. They signed a lucrative contract with a company that owned 70% of the product's target market.
Complete exhibitor packages are available starting at $345. The early bird inventor package, when registered by April 1st, includes a 10' x 10' booth, one quarter page ad in the Expo Show Guide, one banquet ticket, professional feedback session, and a "Will My Business Succeed?" Assessment. Inventors interested in registering should visit: http://www.minnesotainventorscongress.org/invention-idea-show/
ABOUT: Since 1958, the Minnesota Inventors Congress, a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation, has been dedicated to stimulating economic development by supporting innovation and inventors at all phases of the invention development process. Our purpose is to educate inventors about the process of developing marketable products through the Invention & Idea expo and providing access to knowledgeable staff through the Inventors Resource Center.