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rocky275

09:03AM | 10/14/04
Member Since: 10/13/04
1 lifetime posts
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I am a partner in a buisness that has to do with septics. Anyway how do I get Bob to look at my product and have his approval of it? This product has really not been found on the interent and it is a great idea, the response has been overwhelming and we have sold quite a few of them. but like they say exposer is a great asset. Any information would be helpful thank you.


k2

10:37AM | 10/14/04
Member Since: 06/06/03
1250 lifetime posts
Hi Rocky, hopefully Handyman will post a reply (as I haven't a clue)....but you might read Handyman's August 26 response on the following thread. There might be links regarding endorsements--or at least might give some background. Good luck!

http://www.bobvila.com/BBS/Miscellaneous/3925/3925/flat-page1.html

Regards,

-k2 in CO

Moderator, Miscellaneous Forum

http://www.bobvila.com/BBS/Miscellaneous

Handyman

11:09AM | 10/19/04
Member Since: 11/18/98
188 lifetime posts
A great way to get some exposure is to answer some questions on septic here in the BBS and on the Fix-it-For'em. Do not be overly biased to your products or you will some negative responses from people who use other products. i strongly believe people like to hear about new methods and products. Just don't make it seem like an ad or it will be deleted. BobVila.com has lots of advertising opportunities. However getting an endorsement from Bob is just about impossible.
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