Bethenny and Skype Give $20K to The Lanyard Ladies!

Bethenny and Skype Give $20K to The Lanyard Ladies!

After hundreds of Skype Video Messages submissions, "bethenny" narrowed the Bethenny in Your Business $20K Giveaway to three finalists. The finalists pitched their businesses and future plans to Bethenny and her panel of experts, including Kevin Harrington and June Ambrose.

The Lanyard Ladies won the Grand Prize after their pitch, which you can watch here.

Congratulations and best of luck to The Lanyard Ladies, and a huge thank you to Skype for helping Bethenny help their business!

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LoAnn Raftevold
78 days ago

I have an idea that would make 1 million the first day! Everyone who travels wants one...or anyone that leaves their house wants one. I have the best idea in the world but cannot say per chance someone else will copy and run with it. It has not been invented yet or marketed...it is one fantastic great idea. But what do I do with this idea...no money to patant or create? Thanks, LoAnn
LoAnn Raftevold

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Theresa Shorter
140 days ago

i agree with Kenya Moore, i wanna be just like Bethenny…sweet, business savvy and successful

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Pam Lowry
147 days ago

Just saw your $20000 inventor's giveaway and I have an idea a hundred times better than anything presented on your show. I did see your promo earlier, however, I am a 61 year old female with a disability and a small fixed income prohibiting me from making purchases, such as a webcam, pertinent (according to your show guidelines) to enter, so I deferred. A tiny income also inhibits production, patents, marketing, etc. I only reply now because I see how extraordinary my idea is, and unlike the ideas of your contestants, my idea would unquestionably save lives; VERY inexpensive to make and therefore, a cheap purchase. If I had an extra $20, a prototype would be born!!! I believe $10 is a more accurate estimate for completion achievement. It's an idea I've been astounded no one has presented and have been verbally numb for fear it could be created at the hands of another. I realize you have many involvements and this may not be read, but I'm typing away anyway.
Sincerely
Pam Lowry
P.S. I'm also soooh embarrassed about how age has ravaged my face along with the disability deterioration, I would NOT have wanted to be seen on national television anyway. This complex would probably prohibit me from purchasing a webcam, even if I had the money! Ha! At least I'm funny! When you get older, funny no longer counts, but my idea was born from the desire to help save the lives of children (and adults). I've always been an extremely enterprising person, mentally creative with nerves of steel, but unfortunately, money dictates soooh very, very many actions in life, as you very well understand!! Your determination to substantiate your creative mind is why you are an identifiable powerhouse!

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Pam Lowry
147 days ago

Just saw your $20000 inventor's giveaway and I have an idea a hundred times better than anything presented on your show. I did see your promo earlier, however, I am a 61 year old female with a disability and a small fixed income prohibiting me from making purchases, such as a webcam, pertinent (according to your show guidelines) to enter, so I deferred. A tiny income also inhibits production, patents, marketing, etc. I only reply now because I see how extraordinary my idea is, and unlike the ideas of your contestants, my idea would unquestionably save lives; VERY inexpensive to make and therefore, a cheap purchase. If I had an extra $20, a prototype would be born!!! I believe $10 is a more accurate estimate for completion achievement. It's an idea I've been astounded no one has presented and have been verbally numb for fear it could be created at the hands of another. I realize you have many involvements and this may not be read, but I'm typing away anyway.
Sincerely
Pam Lowry
P.S. I'm also soooh embarrassed about how age has ravaged my face along with the disability deterioration, I would NOT have wanted to be seen on national television anyway. This complex would probably prohibit me from purchasing a webcam, even if I had the money! Ha! At least I'm funny! When you get older, funny no longer counts, but my idea was born from the desire to help save the lives of children (and adults). I've always been an extremely enterprising person, mentally creative with nerves of steel, but unfortunately, money dictates soooh very, very many actions in life, as you very well understand!! Your determination to substantiate your creative mind is why you are an identifiable powerhouse!

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