Shark Tank season 6 episode 26 introduces collectibles for super fans of celebrities; a mobile app for reserving a barstool on busy nights; a men’s clothing line that is made in America; a revolutionary high-tech insole for shoes. Also: an update on Pork Barrel BBQ that Barbara invested in during season 1.
Season 6 Episode 26 in depth
GoPro founder Nick Woodman returns to the Tank in Season 6 for a few episodes. Mark, Barbara, Kevin, Daymond, Lori, and Robert are the regular sharks.
In season 6 episode 26, there is no guest judge.
Life is hard, money doesn’t care, your tears don’t add valueKevin O’Leary
We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 6 Episode 26. 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 6 episode 26:
- SnagaStool – Reserve Bar Stools and Tables
- Buck Mason – American Made Clothing
- Noene – Shock Absorbing Shoe Insoles
- ZinePack – Music Fan Memorabilia
Shark Tank Air Date: 04/24/15 – Season 6 – Episode 26
|$120,000 for 18%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Dean Whitney and Jamie Manning
SnagaStool is a simple bar stool and table reservation solution for all events in pubs. Jamie and Dean from SnagaStool built a mobile phone app that helps people reserve seats at bars.
Choose your favorite bar, date, event, and number of barstools. The bar will be notified of your name and time of reservation.
SnagaStool is facing fierce competition from other similar services like the popular dinner reservation service, OpenTable. SnagaStool is possible out. Their app is not available and their website seems to be down for a long time.
Status: OUT OF BUSINESS
|$200,000 for 8%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Sasha Koehn and Erik Schnakenberg
Buck Mason makes high-quality men’s clothing in the USA. The brand conducts its business online and through its brick and mortar retail locations.
Founded in 2013 by Erik Allen and Sasha Koehn, Buck Mason produces t-shirts, denim jeans, chino pants and button-ups along with a handful of branded menswear products.
The brand has a total of three brick and mortar retail locations in Venice Beach, the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles, and Nolita, New York.
|$100,000 for 10%||$200,000 for 30%||Daymond John and Mark Cuban|
Entrepreneurs: Bryan Scott
Noene is ultra-thin insoles that add protection without affecting the fit of your shoes or sneakers. Noene insoles are perfect for athletes, workers who stand frequently, seniors who need extra protection for aging joints
Former NFL player Bryan Scott started his business that helps absorbs and dissipate vibrations when walking or running. The insoles come with an optional sticky tape to hold them permanently in place.
Washable and reusable, they are specifically designed for daily use. They can be worn underneath or on top of your existing insole or orthotic.
|$725,000 for 10%||$725,000 for 17%||Robert Herjavec and Lori Greiner|
Entrepreneurs: Kim Kaupe and Brittany Hodak
ZinePak partners with the world’s top brands, entertainers, and properties to make irresistible content to activate SuperFans. They created an incredibly innovative company that’s partnered with Walmart and has put them on Inc’s 35 under 35.
ZinePak wants to expand more so super fans everywhere can have products from books, tv shows and movies, and video games that people everywhere love.
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