Call Sam Zell. He loves motorcycles and may just bring the capital & contacts that you need to drive this forward. He works in Chicago and went to U of M. Google him and you will find all you need to know to get a hold of him. If you are more forthcoming on what the invention is and I think it has promise, I could give him a call for you and then set up a time for both of you to speak.
My company is similar to stubhub.com--which means--it is a place where ticket holders can buy and sell tickets.On each transaction stubhub takes 15% from the seller and the buyer pays 10% to stubhub. Thus, on a $1000 transaction, stubhub receives $250 just for helping the seller and buyer meet up on stubhub`s site.Here`s a very, very preliminary sample of the site: http://loancrm.ez-sales.net/tickets/home/home.aspThe name of the company is not Seat Options, it is another name that is very, very memorable.If you want to test it out for a minute, in the upper left corner select NBA Basketball and then choose perhaps the Celtics.In your free time, let me know what you think or if you want to help. I will try to update my profile shortly. By the way, an average of 300,000 tickets are sold on stubhub monthly. In the last 12 months, stubhub has had 100MM in sales and a total of 400MM in gross ticket sales.Can I just get 1% of their business? I am a gorilla marketer and will have signs, airplane banners and hopefully creative stunts at large sporting events.