Shark Tank season 1 episode 7 introduces a housewife from Charleston, S.C., charms the male sharks; a college student pitches a product made from soy that he creates in his mother’s kitchen.
Season 1 Episode 7 in depth
In season 1 Kevin Harrington, Daymond John, Kevin O’Leary, Barbara Corcoran, and Robert Herjavec appear as the sharks in every episode.
In this season 1 episode 3, there is no guest judge.
You may also like
Shark Tank Season 8
I don’t care if you wear goatskin. I wanna know if you’re making any money.Kevin O’Leary
We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 1 Episode 7. Many scammers claim they’ve received big investments from the Sharks or they have been on the show. If you don’t see a business on this list, they haven’t been actually on Shark Tank. Some of the top places you can use to check are on Wikipedia and also ABC’s episode guide.
List with all the appearances in season 1 episode 7:
Shark Tank Air Date: 09/29/09 – Season 1 – Episode 7
|$50,000 for 25%||$50,000 for 25%||Robert Herjavec|
Entrepreneurs: Leslie Haywood
Grill Charms are stainless steel identifying charms that you stick in your food before you grill. While grilling, flipping or moving, the stems are serrated to hold securely.
To keep them firmly secured, they have serrated edges to hold them until you want to remove them from the food and are made of chromed zinc. This makes them completely safe to use in your chicken, steak, fish, pork, wildebeest. You can purchase a set of six for $29.99 on Amazon.
Leslie Haywood, the founder of the company, came up for the idea of Grill Charms when her husband mistakenly gave her the spicy piece of chicken.
|$125,000 for 25%||$300,000 for 51%||Daymond John, Robert Herjavec, and Kevin O’Leary|
Entrepreneurs: Sawyer Sparks
Soy-Yer-Dough is a non-allergenic modeling dough, non-toxic, gluten-free, and soy-free, which makes it safe for adults and children of all ages. It is the leading play dough alternative for children with allergies, it feels and smells like no other, and it is made in small batches right in Indiana.
Available tastes are coconut, strawberry, grape, blueberry and more. Soy-Yer Dough is free of these allergens: Peanuts, Wheat, Dairy, Tree Nuts, Eggs, Fish and Shellfish.
Soy–Yer Dough made the Forbes list of ‘Top Shark Tank Toys’. Sawyer Sparks created the product when he was only twenty-two years old in his mother’s kitchen, he was looking for an investment from the Sharks, in order to be able to expand his business.
Boogie Box Fitness
|$700,000 for 70%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Dedelle Parra and Kathy Lamm
Boogie Box Fitness is a fitness program fusing dance routines.
|$300,000 for 20%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Todd Robbins and David Adamovich
Todd Robins and David Adamovich came to Shark Tank to present their idea about bringing good, clean fun to New York’s Times Square with their product called the FunHouse.
The FunHouse project will bring people all over New York who are performers, magicians, knife-throwers, and many other kinds of entertainers. In order to be able to make their ideal real, they are in need of an investment from the Sharks.
Unfortunately, the Sharks were not impressed and did not make any offers.
Status: OUT OF BUSINESS
More from Shark Tank
Watch full episodes of shark tank online with Amazon Video
Executive producer Mark Burnett and Sony Pictures TV and bring the first season of the business-themed reality show Shark Tank where major investors, aka “sharks” pitch business ideas from contestants. The show is based on the Japanese reality show “Dragon’s Den.”