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February 6, 2012


John C. Fusi

Not to mention that as an inventor, what you present and actually license to a toy company invariably gets changed by the licensee, sometimes in minor ways, but sometimes in ways that only the original inventor could recognize as 'the same' product!

Playmobil Airport

Great article. When you really want something you never give up and easily get upset. Nice inspirational story. Kudos to you.

Stevanne Auerbach PhD

Hi Peter
Thanks for sharing your story, success and process. Hope you have seen the valuable Toy and Game inventors Guide by Richard Levy and Ron Weingartner
--helpful for both experienced and new inventors.
Meanwhile keep creating and sharing and more success ahead. Play on!

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