The audition was sponsored by "The MJ Morning Show" on WFLZ, 93.3 FM, and "Pitchmen" host Anthony Sullivan, of Sullivan Productions in Tampa.
The inventors were narrowed down to 20 by 6 p.m. Sullivan
said five will be picked today to make the pitches Friday during MJ Kelli's morning show on WFLZ.
"We're always looking for products, and if we get one good one, it will be great; if we get as many as three, it will be a bonanza because this is a tough business," Sullivan
said production is under way on a second season of "Pitchmen," which takes viewers behind the scenes of how products are developed and marketed via infomercials.