Sticky Buddy makes market debut
FAIRFIELD, N.J. — TeleBrands has launched Sticky Buddy, a new reusable sticky roller that is designed to remove hair, crumbs and more without ruining fabrics.
The company said it recently secured the exclusive intellectual property rights for the roller, which was invented by Tylor Ross of South Bend, Ind. The roller also features little "rubber fingers" that help users reach deep into carpets to remove ground-in messes, TeleBrands said.
"Traditionally, TeleBrands has vigorously enforced its rights, and this is no exception," TeleBrands president AJ Khubani said. "Sticky Buddy is already a huge winner in direct to consumer sales. We fully expect this success to translate into big sales at leading retail chains."
Currently sold online, Sticky Buddy is priced at $10.99, plus $6.99 for shipping and handling.