Dear Mr. Gnass,
I would like to say a very special thank you to you and to Eric Martin for convincing me to be an exhibitor at the 1993 Invention Convention in Pasadena.
I made more contacts in that weekend that I had made in over 5 years of contacting people by myself. I have been so busy since I returned from the convention, I must apologize for the delay in writing this letter.
The seminars given during the convention were worth the money alone. The seminars were the greatest concentration of knowledge concerning patents, protection, licensing, and marketing that I have ever seen.
The independent judging by the country's leading product developers and patent holders was an added incentive to keep us all on our toes. And I am deeply grateful to have won the Automotive Award for my Brake Temperature Gauge.
If there was one thing I could tell inventors, it would be to attend the Invention Convention. It is definitely the first step in the right direction. However, don't expect it to take over your work on your product. Your work is just beginning in earnest. But now it has a direction, a goal, and working toward that goal is as satisfying as inventing a new product.Sincerely Yours,
Linda R. Thomason, President
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