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Tampa, FL (Profitable.com) CordaRoy’s owner and inventor, Byron Young, will appear on QVC’s “Clever & Unique Creations by Lori Greiner” selling his patented beanbag beds for the first time on television on Friday, September 27 at 8 p.m.
Young made his prime-time television debut in March 2012 when he pitched the original foam-filled beanbag chairs that convert into beds on ABC’s #1 hit TV show “Shark Tank.” Greiner, known as the “Queen of QVC,” was the shark who bought into CordaRoy’s, becoming Young’s business partner.
“Lori is the real deal. She’s been such a positive and supportive influence on the growth of CordaRoy’s.” Young said. “I want to make CordaRoy’s a household name, and QVC is the perfect place to do it.”
Young made his first CordaRoy’s by hand in 1998. He began selling them out of his garage in Gainesville, offering a lifetime guarantee, a guarantee that’s still in place with every purchase.
“QVC really values their relationships with their customers and wants to do their best to sell great products at fair prices. That’s nothing new for us at CordaRoy’s,” Young said. “We don’t just want every customer to be satisfied; we want them to be 100% thrilled with their experience.”
With Greiner’s help, Young is also in talks with a major merchandise retail chain.
QVC will be offering a special deal on the CordaRoy’s full sleeper in four of the best-selling colors: slate, moss, espresso and charcoal. To take advantage of the offer, watch QVC’s “Clever & Unique Creations by Lori Greiner” on September 27 at 8 p.m., or you can shop all sizes on www.cordaroys.com.
CordaRoy’s has been making the world’s first and only Beanbag Bed products since 1998. Our foam-filled design is patented and comes in a variety of sizes and styles, along with a host of accessories and bed protectors in fashionable looks for your home. Shop now at www.cordaroys.com. Follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/beanbagbeds or Twitter at twitter.com/beanbagbeds.