Shark Tank season 10 episode 17 introduces brothers from Richardson, Texas, who introduce their decadent breakfast treat, authentic to a European staple; and entrepreneurs from San Francisco, California, pitch their online fashion trading platform with the aim of helping women save money while also easing the environmental impact of clothing manufacturing. Then, an active duty soldier from Leavenworth, Kansas, presents his idea for everyone to conveniently and affordably have a swimming pool; and last into the Tank is a mom from Los Angeles, California, who pitches her clever twist on a traditional children’s product that is designed to help mom’s on the go.
Season 10 Episode 17 in depth
Guest sharks for this season, subtitled “A Decade of Dreams,” include Jamie Siminoff, the first guest shark to have sought a deal on the show (the sharks passed on his company Doorbot, now known as Ring).
In season 10 episode 17, there is no guest judge.
I have the attitude that anything is doable, that I can make anything happen.Lori Greiner
We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 10 Episode 17. Many scammers claim they’ve received big investments from the Sharks or they have been on the show. They were not actually on Shark Tank if you don’t see a business on this list. 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 10 episode 17:
- Dare-U-Go Bib, Plate And Food Container
- Pickup Pools For Truck Bed
- Press Waffle Co.
- SilkRoll Fashion Trading Platform
Shark Tank Air Date: 03/24/19 – Season 10 – Episode 17
|$350,000 for 10%||$350,000 for 50%||Barbara Corcoran|
Entrepreneurs: Lisa D’Amato
The bib portion of the Dare-U-Go! folds down to create a perfect-seal lid and underneath contains a holder for a spoon, fork, or spork! This eliminates the need to carry multiple Tupperware containers, which of course are always causing clutter. The Dare-U-Go!’s three food compartments are also user-friendly, allowing you to divide healthy homemade meals into perfect portions. The product is 100% BPA, PVS, and latex-free and made from food-grade silicone.
It has a soft neckband that rests comfortably against your baby’s neck and adjusts for size, allowing it to grow with your child. It will loosen easily if it gets caught because the poppers are not tightly fastened or tied. The Dare-U-Go! is also easy to clean. Its top-shelf is one-piece construction allows for easy wipe-ups and is dishwasher safe.
|$100,000 for 25%||$100,000 for 33%||Mark Cuban|
Entrepreneurs: Tommy Prestella
The Pick-up Pool is the ultimate truck-bed swimming pool. Say goodbye to messy rain tarps and bungee cords. The Pick-up Pool is designed to hold itself in place and to fit your entire truck. This product is perfect for camping, tailgate parties, or your driveway. The only thing you need to add to this pool is water.
The product simply slides over the bed of your pickup truck where it can be filled with water.
Choose the cab and truck bed style that closest matches your make and model truck. If their pools are tough enough to survive a war zone, then they’re tough enough to survive your next tailgate party.
|$200,000 for 8%||$300,000 for 15%||Barbara Corcoran|
Entrepreneurs: Bryan Lewis and Caleb Lewis
The Press Waffle Co. is a Dallas, TX, based food service company that serves up scrumptious Belgian-style waffles for Americans and operates out of food halls. Press Waffle Co. has a savory waffle option as well as 16 toppings to choose from.
They are seeking a strategic partner that will help them to grow nationwide while also investing to help them get additional stores up and running.
They first started as a food truck business until they have some cache to open a permanent storefront. After opening four company-owned stores, they are planning to expand across the country with franchises and open more.
|$250,000 for 3%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Janet Wu and Erin Wold-Fettner
Silkroll is an online service founded by two women entrepreneurs in San Francisco, CA, that wants to help to keep their customers fashionable through a new marketplace where customers can trade their clothes and extend the life of a piece of clothing.
Selling and buying through SilkRoll is simple. Customers open an account through the website and receive a shipping bag.
Handbags and clothes are sent to the company and are assigned points after being evaluated within a week of receipt. Based only on the retail value are assigned the points. The points can then be used to purchase clothes and accessories from SilkRoll.
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