Shark Tank season 3 episode 9 introduces Indie-pop & singer-songwriter Ingrid Michaelson joins an entrepreneur from Marina del Rey, CA to pitch his high-tech music software product. A couple from Oldsmar, FL learns the hard way they have just one chance to convince the Sharks to invest in their instant solution for cellulite-free looking skin. Also: An entrepreneur from San Diego, CA pitches his unique sales distribution method for his stand-up paddle board company to the Sharks. A wine server from Fort Collins, CO has created an aerating device that could revolutionize the way wine is sold. Plus, there’s a follow-up on Fullerton, CA’s Rick Hopper and his invention, Readerest, a magnetic clip that secures eyeglasses – and which Lori Greiner invested in.
Season 3 Episode 9 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 9, there is no guest judge.
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The road to riches is never straight and narrow. It can be riddled with financial land mines.Kevin O’Leary
We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 3 Episode 9. 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 3 episode 9:
Shark Tank Air Date: 03/16/12 – Season 3 – Episode 9
Tower Paddle Boards
|$150,000 for 10%||$150,000 for 30%||Mark Cuban|
Entrepreneurs: Stephan Aarstol
Aarstol founded Tower Paddle Boards in 2010 and in 2011 Aarstol already was pitching his business on Shark Tank. Stand up paddle boards were becoming a very popular search on the internet and he decided to create his own line titled Tower Paddle Boards.
People Magazine named Aarstol as one of Shark Tank’s biggest winners. In 2014 San Diego’s number one ranked fastest-growing private company was his company Tower Paddle Boards.
Stephan Aarstol has found other ventures including the No Middleman Project, Tower Electric Bikes, Tower Paddle Boards, Sidepot Gaming, and more.
Skinnies Instant Lifts for Shaping Tummy, Butt, Thighs and Arms
|$100,000 for 25%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Nick and Penilopee LaRosa
This product adhesive strips instantly lift your skin and smooth cellulite. It’s appeared on Shark Tank, Rachael Ray Show, QVC, HSN.
These clear adhesives are fabulous and can be secretly and strategically placed to lift, tuck, and contour your body. Use as a nonsurgical solution for an Instant Thigh Lift. Under skirts or shorts, you can hide discreetly, so no one except you will know.
|$300,000 for 5%||$300,000 for 8%||Mark Cuban|
Entrepreneurs: Aviv Grill
Aviv Grill created MisoMedia, as an educational software with the purpose to teach people how to play the banjo, guitar, ukulele, and other instruments.
Using the app on your smart device you can learn how to play a variety of instruments. From the app, users can purchase music and instruments for a few dollars.
Aviv Grill’s invention Won the Audience Choice Award at Tech Crunch Disrupt in September 2010. Grill has also received investment capital from Startup 500 and Justin Timberlake
Status: OUT OF BUSINESS
|$75,000 for 30%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Gary Dejohn
Vinamor wine aerator is the best aerator on the Market, and in 3rd party taste tests against all competitors has proven itself. The ABC hit TV show, Shark Tank featured on The Vinamor.
It’s hands-free design allows for easy use, and it’s dishwasher safe for easy cleanup. The Vinamor can be used for white and red wines. For white wines place the all-glass Vinamor into the freezer for 20 minutes, and it will cool the wine as you pour.
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