Shark Tank season 9 episode 11 introduces a healthy smoked fish dip; a hair and beard-cutting template; a stuffed animal/blanket hybrid; a wine bottle chiller; entrepreneur Aaron Krause pitches a follow-up product to Lori.
Season 9 Episode 11 in depth
In season 9 episode 11, there is no guest judge.
You have to ask yourself, you have to be honest. Do you really have what it takes? Are you incredibly unreasonable? Do you have an irrational sense of the inevitability of the success of what you’re building, or are you just here because it’s fashionable?Chris Sacca
We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 9 Episode 11. 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 9 episode 11:
Shark Tank Air Date: 11/12/17 – Season 9 – Episode 11
|$100,000 for 5%||$100,000 for 25%||Mark Cuban|
Entrepreneurs: Alexander Simone
A San-Francisco-based company, Pronto Concepts, came up with the ProntoBev – a flagship product serving instantly chilled drinks at precise temperatures. You can have any chilled beverage of choice in only 30 seconds – from coffee to wine, tea and more.
The company also produces a wine aerator – the ProntoAer that can fit a glass of any size. Available for pre-order on the company’s website are both the ProntoAer and ProntoBev.
The campaign was successfully launched on Indiegogo in March 2017 with over $60,000 in funding.
|$75,000 for 25%||$75,000 for 25%||Mark Cuban|
Entrepreneurs: James Arcaro and Steven Markley
A small business based in Pembroke Pines, Florida, Reely Hooked Fish Co. makes a smoked, healthy fish dip. The two entrepreneurs behind the dip, Steven Markley and James Arcaro
All of the Reely Hooked fish is wild-caught from sustainable fisheries in Florida waters. Natural ingredients that are hand-selected from local farmers’ markets are used to mix with the fish.
The dips are available at breweries and retailers throughout Florida and are made with apples and Greek yogurt. A portion of their sales is donated to a charity that helps the families of fallen firefighters.
|$175,000 for 5%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Kelly Oriard and Callie Christensen
The plush creatures help educate kids about social-emotional learning when paired with an Affirmation Card or a Sleepytime Rhyme book. Solidify your child’s learning by the use of the power of your positive affirmations and bond.
Each Slumberkin has a keepsake Affirmation Card and an accompanying Sleepytime Rhyme and it is developed around a social skill. Their mission is to provide parents or caregivers with resources that promote positive skills, while being the cutest, snuggle-worthy best friends for little ones.
As a professional counselor for the grade k-8, Kelly Oriard works together with the special education teacher, Callie Christensen created Slumberkins.
|$300,000 for 10%||$300,000 for 20%||Daymond John|
Entrepreneurs: Joshua Esnard
The Cut Buddy is patented and minimizes and eliminates hair and beard shaping mistakes! Its tested curves and lines give you maximum possibilities to achieve the best cut possible and it is the only design with multiple expertly-designed.
The Cut Buddy hair and beard trimming template tool work in conjunction with hair clippers, hair fiber, detailers, outliners, disposable razors or a straight razor. A perfect beard grooming profile, and clean and crisp defined front and side hairline to males and females of all nationalities is easier with the Cut Buddy.
Making perfect hair fiber lines is easier by utilizing this tool by professional barbers and stylists. A complimentary Speed Tracer barber pencil comes with this beard and hair shaping tool to help your trace your work before cutting.
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