Shark Tank season 5 episode 6 introduces an entrepreneur who accepts an unprecedented deal; a Halloween attraction; a product to help people communicate their feelings.
Season 5 Episode 6 in depth
In season 5 episode 6, there is no guest judge.
We need physical exercise to prepare our brain for long periods of concentration.Kevin O’Leary
We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 5 Episode 6. 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 5 episode 6:
- Elephant Chat – Relationship Communication Tool
- FiberFix – Industrial Strength Repair Wrap
- Cow Wow
- Total Merchant Resources
Shark Tank Air Date: 10/25/13 – Season 5 – Episode 6
|$50,000 for 20%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Jason Adams and Amanda Adams
Elephant Chat encourages couples to address the “elephant in the room”. This plush toy elephant helps couples start conversations about divisive issues that they might otherwise struggle to bring up. How do you use Elephant Chat? Just place the toy elephant someplace visible in your home whenever there’s something you and your partner need to discuss. Every couple is different, and while Elephant Chat might not be right for everyone, the married duo behind this product have brought it to market because of the positive results that they themselves have experienced in their communications.
Elephant Chat is a rather simple product. It is a silver cube made of acrylic. Inside of this cube is a small stuffed elephant.
Jason and Amanda Adams sought to fund their business through the primary use of Kickstarter. Ultimately, the project failed, and the two turned to raise funds through friends and angel investors.
Status: OUT OF BUSINESS
|$90,000 for 10%||$120,000 for 12%||Lori Greiner|
Entrepreneurs: Spencer Quinn and Eric Child
This super-adhesive tape is doctored with a water-activated resin that once cured, makes the bond 100 times stronger than duct tape. Fix leaky pipes, broken tool handles, and any number of other broken household items and make them sturdy as new. FiberFix saves you the expense of replacing these items and your valuable time.
FiberFix combines industrial-strength fibers and specialized resin into a repair wrap that hardens like steel—providing a permanent fix. Simply activate the repair wrap in water, wrap tightly around the broken object, and your item will be repaired within 10-15 minutes.
FiberFix Repair Wrap can withstand temperatures up to 300°F and down to -30°F. You can even sand and paint over the wrap when it is done setting.
|$2,000,000 for 10%||$2,000,000 for 20%||Mark Cuban|
Entrepreneurs: Melissa Carbone
Ten Thirty One Productions is an entertainment company that creates, owns, and produces live attractions in the horror genre. The company was sold to Thirteenth Floor Entertainment Group.
Ten Thirty One Productions was founded in 2009 by Melissa Carbone and Alyson Richards. The company generated $400,000 in revenue during its first year of business.
Ten Thirty One Productions opened a haunted boat attraction, The Ghost Ship, which had its maiden voyage in Orange County in 2011, and Great Movie Horror Night, a series of horror movie screening parties in Los Angeles.
|$200,000 for 20%||$200,000 for 50%||Kevin O’Leary|
Entrepreneurs: Jason Reddish and Val Pinkhasov
Total Merchant Resources offers alternative financing solutions for small businesses. They have relationships with some of the largest Wall Street hedge funds and other private funding sources, guarantee fast approval and flexibility for almost every client. This results in the most competitive cost of capital with some of the lowest holdback percentages in the industry.
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