Casting producer David Garcia advised that he received so many great submissions from the USF Young Innovator competition he wanted us to reach out again. The deadline is Tuesday, March 18, 2014.
The February 19, 2014 segment entitled “Tonight Show Fallonventions” sponsored by GE was such a success they are seeking more young innovators. Marissa Streng, inventor of the patented Puff-N-Fluff, was a featured guest on the first aired segment. Streng, the 2011 USF Young Innovator Competition grand prize winner, created the dog drying invention while she was in the third grade.
Interested? We invite you to make a 1-2 minute video that showcases the inventor and invention. Keep it simple – you can use the video camera on a smartphone.
Make sure the inventor says the following things:
- Invention Name
- How they got the idea for the invention
- Show how the invention works
You can email the video (or a link, if it’s easier to upload it to Youtube or Vimeo) to David Garcia at “The Tonight Show” (firstname.lastname@example.org). Make sure that email includes:
- Inventor’s name, age, hometown
- Invention name
- Parents name, phone #, email address
DEADLINE – Tuesday, March 18, 2014