Beverly Hills, CA - Ted Bell, the owner of Ted's Of Beverly Hills, is offering free steak dinners to pet owners who donate their deceased pets for conversion into "helipets" in order advertise his restaurant.
"It's a great idea that I, Ted Bell, came up with." Bell explained he was inspired by a viral internet video from the Netherlands where a pet owner converted his deceased cat into a remote controlled helicopter.
"This guy in the Netherlands had a great idea but lacked the business sense in order to profit from his invention." Bell said. "Now imagine if the hovering corpses of these pets were carrying the banner for Ted's of Beverly Hills and were flying around affluent neighborhoods. The bucks would really be rolling in due to the fact that people love money, novelty and animals in that order and would admire me for my ingenuity"
Mr. Bell elaborated even further on his enterprising endeavor. "The way I accomplish this will be simple. I offer free steak dinners to any pet owner who wishes to donate their deceased pet to Ted's of Beverly Hills" Bell explained. "Then, I have a team of mechanical engineers install mechanical components into these deceased animals in order to turn them into "helipets", rev them up, fly them around with the Ted's of Beverly Hills banner and voila! Free Advertising."
Pet owners who wish to donate their pets to Ted's Of Beverly Hills can visit the restaurant in person or call Mr. Bell at 1-877-876-7445