Shark Tank season 3 episode 13 introduces a businesswoman from Rochester, N.Y., wants to make a deal for an accessory that turns any show into a boot, the man who created Rollerblades seeks an investment for his latest invention.
Season 3 Episode 13 in depth
In season 3 episode 13, the guest judge is Lori Greiner.
Lori Greiner is an American television personality, entrepreneur, and inventor. She has been known as the “Queen of QVC” since 2000 and as an investor on the reality TV show Shark Tank and its spin-off Beyond the Tank.
She wrote a book in march 2014 called Invent it, Sell it, Bank it! – Make Your Million Dollar Idea into a Reality.
Lori Greiner is also the founder and president of For Your Ease Only, Inc.
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We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 3 Episode 13. 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 3 episode 13:
Shark Tank Air Date: 05/04/12 – Season 3 – Episode 13
|$100,000 for 30%||$100,000 for 55%||Barbara Corcoran|
Entrepreneurs: Andrew Goodrum and Queenie Davis
Boot Illusions are boots that can be transformed into a shoe and back again. The boot uppers are attached to the shoe portion by a zipper and are interchangeable and removable.
After breaking a heal on her favorite shoes, Jessica comes up with the idea. It turns out, heals wear out before the rest of the shoe and is often the first part of the shoe to wear out. She’s even added attachable accessories to the shoe.
Jessica faces a tough pitch, having no sales, only a prototype product and a business plan.
|$250,000 for 15%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Jim Pittman
AirBedz are air mattresses purpose-built for use on the beds of pick-up trucks. An AirBedz air mattress are using specially-designed cutouts on each side, which makes them always fit perfectly on a truck bed and fit snugly over the wheel wells. AirBedz mattress are available in sizes to fit compact, mid and full-size trucks, and also includes a built-in, battery-powered, rechargeable pump for easy inflation.
The usable area on the truck bed is maximized thanks to the unique design of AirBedz, while the 12-inch thickness and integrated air coil system assure comfort. The mattress also comes with 12V DC portable pump and a carrying bag.
Their comfort fabric top feels plush and soft to the touch. AirBedz Original Mattresses are designed for creating a sleeping area that utilizes the entire truck bed by fitting around and over the wheel wells of your pick-up truck.
|$3,000,000 for 20%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Scotty Olson
SkyRide is a roller-coaster ride powered by the people riding it.
SkyRide Technology was invented by Scotty Olson that will have you flying above the ground in no time. This futuristic form of human transportation was introduced by SkyRide and it is powered by the rider. Olsen looks to create yet another form of transportation, after its successful accomplishment as an inventor famous for inventing the rollerblades 25 years ago.
By putting more energy into the Skyride you will zoom around the track faster.
|$500,000 for 33%||$500,000 for 42%||Mark Cuban and Barbara Corcoran|
Entrepreneurs: Fleetwood Hicks
Villy Custom is an American lifestyle brand specializing in a luxury custom fashion designed cruiser bicycles for adults.
Fleetwood Hicks is the founder – a former menswear fashion designer and health enthusiast.
Villy Custom allows customers to add, change, and remove features and colors by using a 3D Flash-based user interface e-commerce platform.
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