Lennell Dared to Invent
Watch as Davison’s Better Way to Invent turns Lennell’s TheraPED idea into a store-ready reality!
Missouri native Lennell Parks was an everyday inventor, who had a problem with “hot feet” caused by multiple sclerosis. She contacted Davison with an idea to soothe sore feet and toes. Her innovative product was designed by Davison Creationeers and has since been featured on various blogs and even got a mention by the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA). Also, Z-LIFE Magazine, the official publication of Zumba Fitness, featured the TheraPED as an answer for sore, “danced-out” feet that have had a little too much merengue march. It was even given out in gift bags at the 45th Annual Country Music Association (CMA) Awards!
Unfortunately, nothing worked at getting her feet the comfort that she desired. Lennell knew that there must be a better way! So, she took matters into her own hands (and feet, if you will).
The quick thinking Missouri native brought her idea to Davison to find a solution. Davison came up with a way to pamper, stretch and refresh her feet with the TheraPED.
After coming to us for help in designing her product, it was licensed by a company looking for innovative healthcare products.
About Dare to Invent:
Dare to Invent is a webisode series from Davison that shows what can happen when everyday people with ideas take the leap of faith – and Dare to Invent. Each 6-8-minute webisode features the true story of a real person’s journey through the challenging process of bringing their idea to life, and then trying to take it to the masses.
Davison’s research, development and presentation services are provided for an upfront fee paid by the client and a contingent fee (which is a percentage of royalties obtained by the client, if any). New product development is an uncertain endeavor and the use of Davison’s services typically does not result in a license agreement, sales on any market or profit to the inventor. Davison does not perform analysis of the feasibility, marketability, patentability or profitability of ideas submitted to it.
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