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On November 1, 2012, InventHelp's Director of Communications Nicole Hait appeared on the Steve Harvey Show as a guest judge for Steve's "Top Inventor Competition" episode. InventHelp was happy to provide $10,000 in seed money an inventor, Christina Daves, for her Cast Medic Designs invention!
The Steve Harvey Show is a one-hour daytime show hosted by actor, television/radio personality, entertainer and bestselling author, Steve Harvey. Steve Harvey is the host of Family Feud and the nationally syndicated radio show, the Steve Harvey Morning Show. Two of his books were New York Times best sellers. Although he is most known for his comedic prowess, his entrepreneurial spirit lead him to start a record label and a clothing line as well.
The Steve Harvey Show ran a contest which consisted of 100 inventors, culminating in six finalists who were brought back to be on the show. InventHelp's Nicole Hait and Reggie Moore, Vice President of Marketing for Hillshire Farms, chose Christina Daves's CastMedic Design as the recipient of the seed money.
According to the inventor, CastMedic Design "was created to bring fashion to the medical industry by providing accessories to decorate unattractive medical devices." Christina came up with the idea when she broke her foot in the summer of 2010 and could not find anything to make the boot more fashionable. "When I found that nothing was available, I realized I had stumbled, literally, on this untapped market in the medical industry," she said.
As for Nicole, she was excited about the opportunity to represent InventHelp on the nationally syndicated talk show and to help some inventors in the process.
"We are excited to have had the chance not only to offer feedback to inventors, but also to provide one lucky inventor with $10,000 in seed money to help further the production of her invention," she said.
From everyone here at InventHelp, congratulations Christina!