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Hello Reader, and welcome to this the RISH PRODUCTS & DEVELOPMENT section. What is this section all about, you ask? Well, I think you'll agree that just about everybody at one time or another comes up with an IDEA "     " . . . and thinks, "Hey . . . that's a good idea!!" But THEN . . . you wonder . . . "What in the world do I do from here?!! Well, I'm a fellow who has had those kinds of thoughts over and over and over again and, years ago, I decided to do something about it . . . so, I filed a patent . . . and then another . . . and . . . as the ideas have come here and there, I've tried to do something about those ideas. I heard something once that impressed me . . . and I've always remembered it. . . one great business man [in regards to creating a product], said, "Find a need . . . and fill it!" And, that is what I have done . . . and THAT is what this section is alllll about . . . IDEAS . . . and what to do about them.  And, so, I am approaching this topic in two ways;


1) to sell / introduce a few of my own products (most of which are not shown because they are still under development / prototyping, etc.); and

2) to help you do something about yours.

So, I'm going to go about this in a combined way; i.e., by talking about both topics at the same time.


Let's start by introducing you to one of my products . . . and as I do this, let's tell YOU how to go about presenting yours . . . that is, once you've thought about just what that product is. You see, products can be just about anything that you can sell . . . that you think would be of a good service to people. Then, once you've established what that product is . . . you need to be sure---as much as possible---that your idea is UNIQUE; on-a-count-a you don't want to go steppin' on anyone else's toes [or PATENTS] in the process of your product development.


My first product that I will use as an example is pictured below;

                                                                                                                                                                       Not set yet for                                                                                                                                                                                 purchase.

                                                                                                                                                                      $8.99 free shpg

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                        RISH COLLAR CLIP [std]

The RISH COLLAR CLIP is a quick and somewhat easy way to make any shirt with a SNAP-TAB look. The present model is of a chromed-steel simple design but---be warned---it requires some coordination to use (you know how it is when you look into the mirror and try to do something backwards! =0]) hence my use in the word "somewhat" in the previous ease of use comment . . . as you have to clip each collar side BEFORE you add a clip-on-tie [it works GREAT with clip-ons] and BEFORE you tie a TIE-TIE. It comes with instructions. This is one of my most recent products. I love it and use it often. It is of a chromed steel.


You see, it came to pass because I often dress in a shirt and a tie. And, I have always liked the looks of a snap-tab shirt collar. But, if you haven't looked lately, they are an expensive shirt . . . and I am a penny-pincher. So, I wanted to create a way that ANY SHIRT could have a snap-tab appearance. So, I put me head ta thinkin' and created this product. I then---to be sure---did a patent search and discovered that there was nothing quite like my design of collar clip, so, today it's for sale. 


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