WIPO & US Patent
Who does our business support?
- Virginia Industrial Plastics: Located near Harrisonburg VA and own by homeschooling parents!
- John Bundy Creative Group
- Business Writers Group – for excellent editing when needed.
- Our first employee David Dubay and bookkeeper Susanne Esche who keep us sane!
- Our first Sales Representative Misty Townsley who brings creative marketing energy to our business. Her father raises worms too.
|Check out the Bug Chicks for great educational programs and information about insects.|
Who supported us on our dream?
A SPECIAL THANKS TO: Our families – children and grandchildren who patiently listened endlessly about worms and helped us succeed. They often helped us edit and grandchildren helped us sew "worm bags" and sort castings for marketing. Our son, John Bundy (BUNDY CREATIVE GROUP) propelled us with his amazing artistic talent shown in our logos.
- NORVA PLASTICS in Norfolk, VA: initial product development
- YORK COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS: assemble marketing bags in their work training program.
- EDIBLE ARRANGEMENTS and STARBUCKS in Williamsburg: worm food (Yes, our worms are spoiled.)
- OFFICE DEPOT in James City County: everything we print!
- JAMES CITY COUNTY FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: grant assistance for web development and start-up expenses
- NATIONAL SCIENCE TEACHERS ASSOCATION: encouragement and collaboration
- VIRGINIA INVENTORS FORUM: encouragement, wisdom, and experience
- BUG CHICKS: video explaining common compost bin critters
- HOOKED ON SCIENCE: promotional video on how to use the WormWatcher in the Classroom
- Many unnamed professionals who mentored us along the journey!
- Countless friends, teachers and educators who helped us improve our business.
EDA Vice Chairman, Doug Gebhardt (far right), presents Rich Bundy & Regina Ridgway Bundy, a business assistance loan for her company,
Biome in a Box, which markets The WormWatcher.