About the speakers:
David Augustine worked on Wall Street after Law School in the practice of corporate law. In 1997, he met the inventor of the AB ROLLER, and his life completely changed. This inventor needed David's help to stop all the knockoffs that were copying his famous invention, and he had spent a fortune on patent lawyers up to that point, with little result. David took over all his legal work, and within 6 months, shut down the knockoffs, helped the inventor collect over $50 million in royalties, and secured a monopoly for his invention, which is still selling today.Through this process, David learned about the Direct Response industry (infomercial marketing), and decided to give up the practice of law and to focus on the business of marketing inventions on TV.David has helped develop and launch new products from the idea stage all the way to the marketplace. His latest product is the AB COASTER (www.AbCoaster.com)..
Registration starts at 7:00 P.M. and the seminar starts at 7:30 P.M. and lasts about 90 minutes. Refreshments are served in the lobby at 9:00 P.M. where you can network with other inventors. Door fees are $10 for non-members and $5 for members. Parking is free.
NOTE: For this meeting we will be sharing Parking Lot E with teh Orange County Fair Staff Parking, so tell the guards to let you in for the Inventors Forum Seminar.
Directions:From I-405—exit Fairview Rd. and drive south to Merrimac Way. Turn right and drive to Lot E (5th driveway on the right). Walk to the front of the Lewis Center (large brick building). The Science Lecture Hall is just across from the Lewis Center main entrance.
From I-55 southbound—exit right onto Fair Drive westbound. At third traffic light, make a right onto Fairview Road northbound, at Merrimac Street westbound make a left turn and go to Parking Lot E.
Map of Orange Coast College: 2701 Fairview Rd Costa Mesa, CA 92626, USUse this map to get to Orange Coast College, but you'll need the OCC map below to find the location on campus.
Map to Orange Coast College (Meetings are held in Building 40 on this map, park in Lot E)
Inventors Support Network, Inc., dba Inventors Forum, a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation, founded, 1990. We are a local educational organization, serving Southern California.
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