• Shark Tank Deal: TushBaby Accepts $200,000 From Lori Greiner

    6 days ago - By Business 2 Community

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    Owner and creator of the TushBaby baby carrier, Tammy Rant, entered the Shark Tank in hopes of securing $200,000 in exchange for a 10% share of her company. TushBaby allows parents to easily carry their baby on their hip without unevenly distributing the baby's weight, causing joint and back pain. The product has gone viral and sold 2,500 units which has left Tammy in a position where she needs money to cover the pre-order inventory.
    . TushBabyShop is an accessory to help carry your baby! SharkTank pic.twitter.com/Y7baQ2IX6e
    - Shark Tank January 7, 2019
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  • Shark Tank Deal: Bruw Accepts $50,000 From Mark Cuban

    Shark Tank Deal: Bruw Accepts $50,000 From Mark Cuban

    6 days ago - By Business 2 Community

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    Eighteen-year-old business major and Shark Tank fan, Max Feber, entered the Shark Tank seeking a $50,000 investment in his company, Bruw, in exchange for 25% equity in his company. Max has been watching “Shark Tank” since he was eight and has learned many valuable business lessons from the Sharks that he has put to use in the creation of his cold brew coffee company.
    When kids want to be entrepreneurs just as much as they want to be actors and athletes, that's the power of SharkTank. RT if you're with me.
    - Daymond John January 7, 2019
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  • Shark Tank Deal: Moki Doorstep Accepts $3 Million From Daymond John

    Shark Tank Deal: Moki Doorstep Accepts $3 Million From Daymond John

    6 days ago - By Business 2 Community

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    Husband and wife Zach and Alyssa Brown came to the Shark Tank seeking $150,000 for 5% of their business, Moki Doorstep. Their patent-pending vehicle rooftop assistance device allows drivers and passengers to have easy rooftop access to their vehicles for activities like snow removal or securing cargo. The Moki Doorstep is made from aircraft grade aluminum and secures quickly and easily to the door latch, which is capable of holding 2500 pounds of vertical force and 2000 pounds of horizontal force without failure. The firefighter and nurse duo recognized a need in the...
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