• The 'Shark Tank' founders who were called 'sock cockroaches' on national TV before landing a $200,000 deal have become one of the show's biggest success stories

    9 days ago - By Chron

    Courtesy of Bombas
    The founders of sock company Bombas appeared on "Shark Tank" in 2014.
    They landed a deal with Daymond John and, in 2017, Bombas brought in nearly $50 million in revenue.
    The founders said they didn't take the investors' insults personally because they knew it was all in the name of good TV.
    "No one would want to sit in and watch one of my regular investor meetings," said David Heath. "They're pretty cordial. People are asking really thoughtful and soft questions."
    Heath is the cofounder, along with Randy Goldberg, of sock company Bombas. In 2014, they appeared on an...
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