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What is Blewt!?
Remember when Halloween meant coming home with a bag full of strange and new candies in all sorts of crazy, enticing wrappers, instead of the predictable assortment of big brands that define your kids' hauls?
That's Blewt! We strive to remove bland predictability from your life - be it through stage, screen, monitor, or store.
Blewt! creates comedy to delight and confuse.
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- Steve Gadlin's dive into the "Shark Tank" started with a short email. "I draw stick-figure cats. Let me at 'em," wrote the Skokie native who now lives in Deerfield. Gadlin, a full-time web developer and part-time comedian, figured his missive might result in a humorous rejection letter he could show to his friends. Turns out he was aiming a little low. – 12/6/12, Sun-Times, by Lori Rackl
- The lesson to be learned here is that there is so much more to a successful business than just the idea. The trick to taking a business idea and turning it into a successful reality is all in the execution of that idea. It's about taking your concept, regardless of how "out there" it may be, and making it work even if those around you liken your idea to the works of a 4 year old. It takes inventiveness, creativity, and lots of hard work. – 2/7/12, Forbes, by Dan Reich
- Mark Cuban really does have the Midas touch -- his $25,000 investment into an online business that produces stick figure drawings of cats (yes, really) is actually proving to be a moneymaker ... and the guy behind it can't keep up with the demand! – 2/1/12, TMZ, by Karly Steinberg