My request got turned flat.
They sent me this.
As you can imagine, we receive many inquiries regarding new product idea submissions, and while we appreciate interest in our company, we must advise that we do not accept any unsolicited submissions for review.
For many years it has been and remains our company's policy to decline offers to consider unsolicited external ideas or suggestions. We depend on our employees and other organizations with whom we deal on a regular basis for such ideas. Also, the toy and game industry has had the unfortunate experience of law suits being filed by individuals who allege misappropriation of their ideas as a result of a company's consideration of even the most general concept. We simply cannot assume such risks. Therefore, we do not encourage the submission of ideas by individuals who are not directly associated with our company or its agents.
You may wish to contact a toy and game broker or the industry's trade association, Toy Manufacturers of America. Such a broker introduces and helps sell the concepts/prototypes or other inventions to the broker's personal contacts at various toy and/or game manufacturers. While we cannot make a specific recommendation, and DO NOT ENDORSE ANY PARTICULAR BROKER ON THE LIST, you may call 1-800-242-7276, ext. 7011 to request a list of names and addresses of toy brokers who have given their permission to release their names. Alternatively, there is a similar list of brokers in the "Who Makes It Directory" issue of Playthings magazine each year from which you may wish to make a selection.
The Toy Manufacturers of America is located at:
Toy Manufacturers of America
New York, NY 10010-2803
Their telephone number is (212) 675-1141, option 6. They may be able to refer you to brokers who are members of the organization.
We wish you the best of luck with your endeavor.
Sorry I could not help you. Best of luck.