In Shark Tank season 4 episode 16 Kevin O’Leary makes a million-dollar offer. Also, six “kidpreneur” inventors aged 12 to 18 from Londonderry, NH, hope to make a deal with their unsafe driving detector device so they can help save lives; a woman from Marina del Rey, CA pitches a mini-muffin that provides a new twist on the campfire s’mores; two brothers from Austin, TX hope the Sharks will want to roll with them and invest in their sushi restaurants, where the customer becomes the chef; and a woman from New York City wants to bring some sanity into the world with her online chat therapy business. Donny McCall from Sparta, NC, who failed to get a deal in Season 3, gives an update on Invis-A-Rack, a cargo management system for pickup trucks.
Season 4 Episode 16 in depth
In season 4 episode 16, there is no guest judge.
Greed is good, but we need to be greedy together.Daymond John
We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 4 Episode 16. 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 4 episode 16:
Shark Tank Air Date: 02/15/13 – Season 4 – Episode 16
|$75,000 for 25%
Entrepreneurs: Carmen Lindner
Gotta Have S’more marries muffins with s’mores to make the utterly irresistible s’muffin. The classic camping snack has grown up into a classy and self-contained treat, but just as delectable as always. Although it’s more buttoned-up, the s’muffin is still made up of the traditional s’more building blocks: graham cracker, toasted marshmallow, and chocolate.
The company doesn’t mess around with creative flavors, and that’s for the best because we don’t see why you’d want to mess with perfection. If you want to mix things up though, they will make you specialized s’muffins decorated to suit your occasion, whether it’s a corporate event, a wedding, or something else altogether. S’muffins are sold on the company’s online store and are also available at Williams-Sonoma.
|$1,000,000 for 12%
|$1,000,000 for 20%
Entrepreneurs: Peter Yung and Yuen Yung
How Do You Roll? was a chain of quick-service establishments selling quality made-to-order sushi rolls.
The first How Do You Roll? location opened in October 2008 and the company began franchising in early 2010.
Asian and fast-fresh casual, in which fresh ingredients are prepared quickly for people on the go. How Do You Roll? “could be revolutionary, not just for those in the sushi industry but all fast-casual chains.
Status: OUT OF BUSINESS
|$100,000 for 30%
Entrepreneurs: Bea Arthur
Pretty Padded Room is an online portal providing mental health services geared towards women. Pretty Padded Room connects clients with licensed female therapists via video chats or digital diaries for a fraction of the price paid for in-person therapy sessions.
Bea Arthur, the founder of Pretty Padded Room, is a successful therapist, entrepreneur, and media personality. The clinically trained practitioner has gone beyond her field to become a TedX speaker, Forbes writer, and Fox & Friends contributor. No matter what change you want to make, Bea is your go-to girl for all things emotional and entrepreneurial.
|$100,000 for 15%
|$100,000 for 30%
|Robert Herjavec and Mark Cuban
Entrepreneurs: TJ Evarts, Jaiden Evarts, Bryeton Evarts, Paige Balcom, Emily Balcom, and Kate Balcom
Smart Wheel is a device for reducing distracted driving behaviors, Smartwheel is built into a vehicle’s steering wheel and alerts drivers when they engage in unsafe driving positions.
The first intelligent steering wheel cover that helps prevent distracted driving.
Unlike devices and apps that simply record vehicle data or disable cell phone use, SMARTwheel™ gets to the heart of the distracted driving epidemic with a patented sensing technology that works proactively to change how people drive—in real-time.
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