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Shark Tank season 6 episode 6 introduces an olive oil bar where one can sample oils before purchasing; unique wedding registry idea; a product that can turn a smartphone into a personal security device; boxed wine geared toward millenials; a follow-up on Breathometer.

Season 6 Episode 6 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 6, there is no guest judge.

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We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 6 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 6 episode 6:


Shark Tank Air Date: 10/24/14 – Season 6 – Episode 6

Beat Box Beverages
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Beat Box Beverages

ASKED FORGOTSHARK
$1,000,000 for 10%$1,000,000 for 33%Mark Cuban

Entrepreneurs: Justin Fenchel, Brad Schultz and Aimy Steadman

Beatbox is a flavored boxed wine beverage that comes in a boombox shaped container. The recipe starts with orange (really!) wine and then adds other flavors. The result are flavors like Blue Razzberry Lemonade and Cranberry Limeade.

The packaging (a cardboard boombox) is very unique and attractive and definitely caters to a young demographic. The entrepreneurs describe the product as a “party in a box” and Mark Cuban agreed, entering into a million dollar deal with the entrepreneurs.


Emergensee
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Emergensee

ASKED FORGOTSHARK
$250,00 for 10%NO DEALNO SHARK

Entrepreneurs: Phil Reitnour and Jason D. Friedberg

EmergenSee turns your smartphone or tablet into a personal security system with the push of a button. When activated, the app streams live video, audio, and tracks location and movements using GPS in real-time to emergency responders and pre-selected contacts. The entrepreneur behind EmergenSee was Phil Reitnour.

When you feel in danger, you activate the app which taps into the phone’s camera to videotape the goings-on. The video is then sent to your pre-selected contacts, or a private security firm, if you have a premium subscription. The idea is that it allows you piece of mind and the added security of video to keep you safe.

There are also corporate and university subscriptions that send your video to your company’s or college’s private security company at participating organizations. The app is still fairly new and only has a few accounts. No sharks took a chance on EmergenSee.


HoneyFund
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HoneyFund

ASKED FORGOTSHARK
$400,000 for 10%$400,000 until $1.2 million is recoupedKevin O’Leary

Entrepreneurs: Josh Margulis and Sara Margulis

Honeyfund is the free honeymoon registry and #1 cash wedding registry that has allowed hundreds of thousands of couples to receive over $500 million in cash and gifts to date!

The online wedding registry allows you to create your own custom page and registry or to choose from one of Honeyfund’s starter registries featuring trips to various destinations around the world.

Through Honeyfund, couples can also collect funds for travel, honeymoon-related outings and activities, a down payment on a house, or almost anything else they would like.


The Oilerie
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The Oilerie

ASKED FORGOTSHARK
$500,000 for 35%NO DEALNO SHARK

Entrepreneurs: Amy Jo and Curt Campbell

Oilerie is a storefront business where customers can sample and purchase homemade olive oil. The oil is made right in the store, so it is very fresh. It is stored in large metal receptacles, probably 4-5 gallons each. The olive oils come in a variety of flavors, including Rosemary,

Orange, and Truffle. In-store, you can sample any of the flavors of oil you wish. When it comes time to buy, a bottle is filled right in front of you. The store has also branched out to include balsamic vinegars, spices, Italian market items, and snacks. Currently, there are eight Oilerie locations around the U.S., along with an online store. None of the sharks jumped in on a deal.

At The Oilerie, customers may try samples of any of the premium-quality olive oils in stock. When they’ve made their selection, the oil is bottled for them on the spot. All of the EVOO sold by The Oilerie is produced in a small town south of Rome, Italy. The stores also carry a selection of aged balsamic vinegar.


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