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Entrepreneur, inventor, “As Seen on TV” phenomenon, 90’s cultural icon, salesman, and most importantly, a man named Ron who named his company Ron Co, which is so pure and moronic I feel with him a spiritual connection.
If you don’t remember Ron Popeil and his reign over an infomercial empire, then you’re probably under 25, and in which case, a sincere congratulations.
The awards committee described him as the "incessant inventor and perpetual pitchman of late night television" and awarded the prize in recognition of his "redefining the industrial revolution" with his devices.
He is a past member of the Board of Directors Mirage Resorts where he served for 22 years under Steve Wynn as well as a past member of the Board of Directors of MGM Hotels for 7 years under Kirk Kerkorian.
Ron Popeil's success in infomercials, memorable marketing personality, and ubiquity on American television have allowed him and his products to appear in a variety of popular media environments including cameo appearances on television shows such as The X-Files, and the "Veg-O-Matic" may have provided comedian Gallagher inspiration for the "Sledge-O-Matic" routine since the 1980s.
The animated series "Veggie Tales" once featured a parody of the "Veg-O-Matic" dubbed as the "Forgive-O-Matic".
He is well known for his appearances in infomercials for the Showtime Rotisserie and the coined phrase "Set it, and forget it! When he was 6 his parents divorced and he and his brother went to live in Florida with their grandparents.
It’d be like the broom in the closet, but for your cabinets. This feels like he thought it was going to be super revolutionary but then realized later he just tried to recreate the concept of wind.
His grandparents later returned to Florida and Ron remained with his father.
Popeil learned his trade from his father, who was also an inventor and salesman of numerous kitchen-related gadgets such as the Chop-O-Matic and the Veg-O-Matic to major department stores.
He married Lisa Boehne sometime after this and has one daughter with her.
He and Boehne divorced sometime before 1995, when he married Robin Angers, with whom he has two more daughters.
Popeil is noted for marketing and in some cases inventing a wide variety of products.