Shark Tank season 3 episode 2 introduces ideas that include a training system for salespeople, a management system for cargo trucks, family-friendly Las Vegas entertainment, and a cat-portrait business. Also: a follow-up on a Season 2 potty-training product for cats.
Season 3 Episode 2 in depth
In season 3 guest shark is Lori Greiner. Mark Cuban become a regular shark. Barbara Corcoran appears in 11 episodes.
In season 3 episode 14, there is no guest judge.
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We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 3 Episode 2. 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 2:
Shark Tank Air Date: 01/27/12 – Season 3 – Episode 2
|$100,000 for 10%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Donny McCall
Invis-A-Rack is a cargo management system that can transform a pickup truck in less than 30 seconds into a bigger cargo-carrying vehicle with racks that fold out of the back bed.
Invis-A-Rack cargo management system allows you to fold down for a sleek design when not in use as a functional ladder rack. The system has non rusting strength, made from lightweight aluminum extrusions, with a black powder coat finish.
It is made in the USA with high-quality mechanisms ensure to last longer and it comes with all mounting hardware.
I Want to Draw a Cat for You
|$10,000 for 25%||$25,000 for 33%||Mark Cuban|
Entrepreneurs: Steve Gadlin
I Want to Draw a Cat for You is an online service where people can buy made-to-order cartoon drawings of cats, which are posted to the website.
Gadlin had the goal of seeing if he could construct a successful business using only a widget and first the idea came up as a joke.
At the beginning of his business, which started back in 2011, he only had a website that consisted of only an embedded YouTube video and a PayPal button.
After Gadlin appeared on Shark Tank to promote it, the business became well known, and he successfully persuaded Mark Cuban to invest $25,000 in the idea.
Rick Smith Jr. Magic
|$1,500,000 for 20%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Rick Smith
Rick Smith, Jr. is a Professional Magician and his three Guinness World Record Holder for distance playing card throwing, greatest height, and most accurately. Rick threw a playing card at a whopping 92 miles per hour an incredible 216 feet distance.
Audiences hoping to learn the basics of magic or card throwing can purchase Smith’s series of instructional movies.
In his Shark Tank appearance, Rick Smith presented his concept for a family-friendly magic show in Las Vegas. Rick came into the Shark Tank offering a 20% equity stake for a $1.5 million dollar investment for his Magic Show. Even though he didn’t end up getting a deal, some of the best opportunities followed after his appearance.
|$90,000 for 40%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Dave Greco
Salespreneur is a system to teach what to say to prospective customers with step-by-step guides so you make successful sales pitches. Dave Greco the owner of Salespreneur. He is so confident this will help you sell anything to anyone that he has a 100% guarantee or your money back.
In any economic system, the role of the entrepreneur is crucial. The entrepreneur finds creative ways to seeks out information that can be utilized for profit. Entrepreneurs are creative at the moment, and utilize that skill to their benefit, and to the benefit of many others as well.
Salespeople are far more than normal company employees. Sales reps have many qualities in common with entrepreneurs. Sales reps prefer creating their own incomes, and so are paid on commission.
Status: OUT OF BUSINESS
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