For this week’s segment of Invent America, Michael King and co-host Rita Crompton welcome Leo Mazur to discuss “Inventor Groups”. Inventor of the Nonmetallic Raintight Hub, Mazur has worked in the electrical contracting business for over 40 years in a wide range of capacities. For more information, please visit: http://www.inventors-society.net. Having worked in and around the electrical contracting business for over 40 years has given Mr. Mazur a unique insiders’ view of many different manufacturing, commercial, and corporate experiences as well as interaction with consumers from all walks of life. This allows him to view a project from all sides. A lifelong Do-It-Yourselfer, he makes his own prototypes, does his own research, and has written and prosecuted his own patent overcoming a difficult rejection. However, he strongly believes in building a team of experts as a project warrants it. He has invented a number of products, mostly tools, and of course, kitchen utensils. He has a patent on a PVC electrical fitting and had the 2 largest manufacturers interested.
Inventor, Nonmetallic Raintight Hub / Inventors Society
Rita Crompton, known as “The Inventor Lady,” is an industry expert with decades of experience helping innovators develop their ideas into sellable products. Her knowledge and expertise covers all aspects of the invention process – patents and trademarks, engineering and manufacturing, crowdfunding, marketing and selling, and licensing. Ms. Crompton has helped inventors bring to market everything from full size functioning tractors to baby products – there’s a reason she’s called “The Inventor Lady.”
Michael King, known as “the Cajun Contractor,” has been in the home improvement and home construction industry for nearly three decades, first by working for a home improvement company and then becoming a fully licensed general contractor owning and managing his own home improvement company. For more than a decade, however, his knowledge and expertise as a general contractor have been put to use by hosting the nationally syndicated television and radio program HomeTalkUSA.
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