AJ Khubani founded TELEBrands Corp. in 1983 with his life-savings of $20,000. This year, TELEBrands is celebrating its 30th anniversary in business and is thriving as a nearly $1 billion marketing giant well known for such hit products as the PedEgg, OrGreenic, Olde Brooklyn Lantern, Rabbit TV, InstaBulb, Sticky Buddy, Who Knew and Aluma Wallet. Using DRTV to build brands, TELEBrands’ products are placed in every major retail chain including Wal-Mart, Target, Bed Bath & Beyond and Walgreens, as well as Petco, AutoZone and 7-11. Khubani has become a media regular with a multitude of appearances on ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, MSNBC, CNBC, Fox News and more. He travels across the country with TELEBrands Inventors Days, meeting at-home inventors via consumer product pitch-a-thons. In 2009, TELEBrands received Vendor of the Year Awards from Target Stores and CVS Pharmacy, alongside such legendary companies as Procter & Gamble and AstraZeneca.