Shark Tank season 10 episode 7 introduces a large database of Santa entertainers; a solution for carrying skis on the slopes; a twist on gift-giving; a build-your-own oatmeal bar.
Season 10 Episode 7 in depth
In season 10 guest sharks 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, Alex Rodriguez, Sara Blakely, Charles Barkley, Alli Webb.
In season 10 episode 7, there is no guest judge.
Poor people put a low value on themselves and their efforts.Daymond John
We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 10 Episode 7. 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 7:
- Hire Santa – Santa Claus Network
- Oatmeals – Oatmeal Cafe
- Ski-Z Rolling Ski Carrier
- Prank-O Fake Product Gift Boxes
Shark Tank Air Date: 12/02/18 – Season 10 – Episode 7
|$200,000 for 10%||$200,000 for 50% until $200,000 is repaid, then 10% equity||Barbara Corcoran|
Entrepreneur: Mitch Allen
Hire Santa is a staffing firm out of Dallas, TX, that specializes in finding work for Santa’s “friends” each holiday season to bring Christmas cheer. Hire Santa will send out “professionally trained” Santas during the Christmas season to parties, corporate events and more.
The entrepreneur behind the business Mitch Allen was inspired to start the company after playing Santa for a friend’s children and really enjoying playing the role.
Hire Santa, a Dallas-based company, has thousands of Santa’s in their database across various countries. All Santas are trained, background checked, insured, enjoy interacting with children.
|$500,000 for 20%||$500,000 for 33.3%||Lori Greiner|
Entrepreneur: Samantha Stephens
OatMeals is the world’s first all-oatmeal cafe selling oatmeal-based treats including their signature oatmeal bowls. The oatmeal bowls come in a wide variety of flavors and toppings to choose from with prices starting from $8 and up.
Oat Meals currently consists of a single retail location on W 3rd. Street in Manhattan but has expansion plans, including a new store in Midtown.
You can Build Your Own bowl by selecting from three sizes of bowls: Baby Bear, Mama Bear and Papa Bear (of course) with steel-cut oats made with water and choose from among more than 80 toppings.
|$50,000 for 15%||$50,000 for 15%||Barbara Corcoran|
Entrepreneur: Nick Palermo and Kyle Allen
The Ski-Z ski caddy will “caddy” your skis for you. Wheel your skis simply and safely through crowds. Fits in your pocket when you hit the slopes. Attach the Ski-Z ski wheel to your skis so you can easily push or pull them, rather than carry them.
The Ski-Z is designed to roll easily over snow, ground or pavement, is lightweight, fits easily into the pocket of a ski jacket.
Whether you’re going from the parking lot to the lodge or the lodge to the lift, Ski-Z will get you there with ease. Ski-Z is designed to fit all skis.
|$640,000 for 8%||$640,000 for 25%||Mark Cuban|
Entrepreneur: Arik Nordby and Ryan Walther
Arik Nordby and Ryan Walther came up with the idea to offer empty boxes to people. You put people’s real presents inside the Empty Prank Pack boxes. Then, when they unwrap their gifts, you get that delicious moment of watching their faces as they struggle to be tactful.
Whether you consider your funny gift-giving skills to be amazing or not, wrapping any gift inside a Prank Pack adds an extra layer of fun and enjoyment that will have everyone in the room laughing. Prank-O we are dedicated to bringing a little deception and a lot of laughs to the gift-giving experience.
Since the company has launched, it has sold $10 million in prank boxes. They are currently being sold by large retailers and through e-commerce.
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