Shark Tank season 7 episode 9 introduces an entrepreneur who brings in a new recreational sport to the tank, the sharks get a chance to suit up and ram into each other with reckless abandon; two brothers designed a fashion brand enabling the wearer to do good while looking good; and a couple have a solution to the mystery of the missing sock. Also, an update on Mensch On A Bench that Lori Greiner and Robert Herjavec invested in during Season 6.
Season 7 Episode 9 in depth
In season 7 episode 9, there is no guest judge.
To me, success isn’t defined by your wallet. It’s defined by waking up with a smile on your face, knowing it’s going to be a great day. But, sure, money can make your life a whole lot easier.Mark Cuban
We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 7 Episode 9. 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 9:
- National Association of Bubble Soccer
- Brazi Bites – Brazilian Cheese Bread
- SockTABs – Keeps Pairs of Socks Together on Laundry Day
- Umano – Clothing Designs Based on Children’s Drawings
Shark Tank Air Date: 11/20/15 – Season 7 – Episode 9
|$160,000 for 10%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: John Radosta
Bubble football was first created in Norway by Henrik Elvestad and Johan Golden in 2011. John Anthony Radosta, league commissioner of the National Association of Bubble Soccer based in the United States, appeared on the Shark Tank show.
You are playing bubble football as a group of pins stands at one end of the pitch while another player tries to run and dive at the group in an attempt to knock as many pins over as possible.
One player (the starting bulldog) tries to knock down as many players as possible, stopping them from getting from one end of the pitch to the other.
|$200,000 for 10%||$200,000 for 16.5%||Lori Greiner|
Entrepreneurs: Junea Rocha and Cameron MacMullin
When the founder, Junea, moved to the U.S., she desperately missed her family’s light, fluffy cheese bread. Brazilian Cheese Bread is traditionally made with “minas” cheese, which is only available in Brazil, so Junea began experimenting with dozens of cheeses. Finally, she accomplished the perfect batch of cheese bread that would make her mother proud.
They offer 4 uniquely delicious flavors of Brazilian Cheese Bread are great served alongside your favorite meal, enjoyed as after-school snacks, game day munchies, or party appetizers.
They use only the finest, hand-picked ingredients, with absolutely nothing artificial.
|$50,000 for 20%||$50,000 for 30%||Daymond John|
Entrepreneurs: Tracie Burress and Glen Burress
SockTAB is a small plastic button with two slender pegs that attach to the weave of your sock. With SockTABs you’ll never lose another sock.
SockTABs are a wearable solution to the missing sock and ultimately a simple discreet and effective product to combat the infamous sock monster Anyone who wears socks and get tired of matching them and searching for socks mates can use our product to identify them It is a simple and effective solution
|$150,000 for 15%||$150,000 for 20%||Lori Greiner and Mark Cuban|
Entrepreneurs: Jonathan Torrey and Alex Torrey
Brothers Jonathan and Alex Torrey had the innovative idea to partner with child artists. All the artwork featured on their stylish line of high-quality men’s and women’s t-shirts, tanks, sweatshirts and dresses, is designed and drawn by kids.
The company has already given away more than 10,000 backpacks and has a goal of 20,000 for 2015. The “little backpacks for kids with big dreams” are filled with supplies like colorful crayons, pencils, rulers, pencil sharpeners, and notebooks.
Status: OUT OF BUSINESS
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