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Selling a non-patentable product?

jessieb578jessieb578 subscriber Posts: 6
edited July 2009 in Protecting Your Ideas
I posted this in another forum but I`m thinking it should have gone here.
So it`s my understanding that some things cannot be patentable which are basic in nature, like a standard broom, a jump rope, etc.
The item I`d like to sell is just like this, it is a silicone bracelet (think LivStrong) that I will be buying from a manufacturer in China.  Is there anything I need to know about purchasing something and selling/marketing it in my name under my business?  This bracelet will have my logo on it to distinguish that it is mine. 
Just wondering how this would work.


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