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You may recognize Gigolo, dubbed “Giggy,” from his starring role on Bravo’s Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. A star since puppy-dom, Giggy is well-loved across the country. Giggy is known for stylish outfits and accessories and is also a regular on Bravo’s Watch What Happens: Live. Giggy and his mom, Lisa Vanderpump, have a tremendous following, including a massive following on Twitter (@giggythepom) and have been snapped on the red carpet.
Giggy is challenging you to create pet-related products that help embrace his devotion to always looking sexy and chic.
For this search, consider ideas from these categories:
• Carriers and travel products that combine function and style
• Harnesses, leashes and matching accessories that promote unity and identity
• Toys for the playful and smart pup
• Grooming and beauty items that are both dog and earth-friendly
• Bed and home products that promote comfort and have a clean design
Giggy will be able to incorporate the brand through:
• Product integration on various television shows.
• Promoting products in his frequent television appearances across both network and cable.
• Additional exposure from magazine articles and live events (e.g. red carpet, celebrity galas, etc.)
To learn more about Giggy, check out his website, www.giggythepom.com.
We ask for well-communicated ideas. This includes filling out our easy-to-use submission form to the best of your ability. Upload images, sketches and any other media that support your idea. Tell us your story. We even encourage you to create a video demonstrating your innovation. Don’t worry. We aren’t expecting you to break out your inner Spielberg. Please keep videos to less than 2 minutes.
As always, your submission should be unique and protectable (patent protection is helpful, but not a requirement).