Shark Tank season 7 episode 22 introduces a product that keeps beer cold longer; a new twist to the vending machine; pet-safe bug repellents; vegetable smoothies; an update on Wombi Rose and LovePop.
Season 7 Episode 22 in depth
Actor Ashton Kutcher, music manager Troy Carter, and venture investor Chris Sacca appeared as guest sharks this season.
In season 7 episode 22, there is no guest judge.
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We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 7 Episode 22. 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 7 episode 22:
- Beer Blizzard – Beer Can Ice Cube
- The Good Promise – Health Drinks, Smoothies and Sauces
- Vengo – Mini Touchscreen Vending Machines
- Wondercide – Natural Flea, Tick, and Pest Control for Pets and People
Shark Tank Air Date: 03/18/16 – Season 7 – Episode 22
Beer Blizzard – Beer Can Ice Cube
|$100,000 for 20%||$100,000 for 25%||Mark Cuban|
Entrepreneurs: Mike Robb and Tom Osborne
A plastic ice cube, the Beer Blizzard is specifically designed for the market to fit into the bottom of any soda or beer can. The way it works is by simply freeze any beer with the Beer Blizzard, then pop it in the bottom and enjoying a colder beverage. It’s that simple. Your beer will be ice cold from the first sip to the last.
In 2014, the Tom and Mike launched a Kickstarter campaign for Beer Blizzard which was successfully funded with 2044 backers pledging over $43,000.
It can keep cold for 21 minutes any can of beer or soda. They also were in the process of securing a licensing deal with NASCAR race car driver Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Status: OUT OF BUSINESS
The Good Promise – Health Drinks, Smoothies and Sauces
|$100,000 for 20%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Karen Posada
The Good Promise, a line of truly healthy, easy-to-use squeeze packs filled with nutritious fruit and veggie goodness. There’s a Good Promise option for everyone, from Veggie Burst to Protein Fuel.
Low in Calories, high in energy and deliciousness. It’s a pretty simple mix. Premium green tea extract is powered with 70% pure fruit and veggie juice. That’s it. The drink has no bad sciency chemical concoctions, no high-fructose corn syrup, no added sugar, and no preservatives.
The company chose to add super veggies and fruits because of their incredibly high nutritional profiles and the superior health benefits of eating natural non-GMO foods. The founder wanted something of higher quality than what you can find on the market, healthier, and portable. We believe in fueling the body with nutritious veggies and fruits and hydrating naturally.
Status: OUT OF BUSINESS
Vengo – Mini Touchscreen Vending Machines
|$2 million for 12.5%||$2 million for 3% to be repaid over 36 months at 7% interest||Kevin O’Leary and Lori Greiner|
Entrepreneurs: Brian Shimmerlik and Steven Bofill
Vengo offers high-tech vending machines that allow for products to be purchased through a video and checkout system. The machines themselves bring revenue not only from products sold from the digital kiosk, but also display multimedia and ads content on the screens.
Sensors allow for an automatic refund, if the product is not received, and cashless payments are used. New York-based Vengo Labs developed the mini vending machines a high-tech advertisement platform targeted directly towards customers.
Vengo machines occupy only space on a wall and offer everything from toothpaste to Snickers bars.
Wondercide – Natural Flea, Tick, and Pest Control for Pets and People
|$500,000 for 5%||$500,000 for 3% + $0.50 royalty per unit sold until repaid ($16.6 million valuation)||Lori Greiner|
Entrepreneurs: Stephanie Boone
Wondercide is an eco-friendly pesticides company committed to bringing you safe alternatives to traditionally toxic pesticides. Products for indoor and outdoor use for pets and people are included in their line of naturally-derived, biodegradable pesticides.
The Austin, Texas-based company began in 2008 after the founder, Stephanie Boone’s dog Luna became very ill from conventional flea and tick treatments.
Before their appearance on Shark Tank in 2016, the company had made $4 million in sales to date.
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