Shark Tank season 9 episode 20 introduces a guilt-free sweet treat; a solution when taking a shower isn’t possible; a pricing tool that collects spare change to help student loan borrowers; technology for securing and swapping weights quickly and safely; an update on The Bouqs.
Season 9 Episode 20 in depth
In this season 9 episode 20, the guest judge is Alex Rodriguez.
Alexander Rodriguez is an American former professional baseball shortstop and third baseman who played 22 seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB), as well as a businessman and philanthropist.
Alex Rodriguez joined ESPN in 2018 as a Sunday Night Baseball analyst.
In July 2020, it was announced that Rodriguez would be part of the judging panel for the Forbes’ Next 1000 list, a franchise which focuses on entrepreneurs from marginalized communities.
Rodriguez formerly owned a Mercedes-Benz dealership in League City, Texas, and in his free time, Rodriguez buys and collects art. He is an investor for eSports team NRG Esports.
Doesn’t matter if the glass is half-empty or half-full. All that matters is that you are the one pouring the water.Mark Cuban
We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 9 Episode 20. 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 20:
- The Shower Pill Body Wipes
- SnapClips Barbell Collar For Weights
- The Dough Bar Donuts
- ChangEd Student Loan App
Shark Tank Air Date: 01/28/18 – Season 9 – Episode 20
|$300,000 for 10%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Wendell Hunter, Wale Forrester and Justin Forsett
The ShowerPill is a product and a company started by three former Cal football players out of Berkeley, CA, that aims to replace the shower with a “body wipe.”
Created by three former college and pro football players – who know a thing or two about exhausting workouts, and, ahem, skipping out on that much-needed shower afterward.
Proven to kill 99.9 percent of germs, while leaving skin feeling clean, fresh and moisturized like you just stepped out of the shower. Each individually wrapped package was created to withstand high temperatures and to be impervious to moisture, light and bacteria.
|$150,000 for 15%||$150,000 for 20% + extra $50,000 for parents||Mark Cuban, Lori Greiner and Alex Rodriguez|
Entrepreneurs: Martin Dimitrov
SnapClips is a company and a product by a 19-year old founder from Chicago, IL, that makes it both safer and easier for lifters to secure their weights to a bar.
SnapClips patented slap technology makes securing and swapping weights quick and easy. The silicone grip and velcro lock secure SnapClips tightly against the weights, without damaging the bar or plates. Unlike other collars that lose tension, SnapClips never lose their tension and allow you to adjust how tightly they lock onto any barbell.
Their durable collars are made from military-grade Kevlar and reinforced by high strength rubber/fabric blend. We’ve designed them to withstand thousands and thousands of uses, drops, and hours of abuse. SnapClips can stand up the toughest powerlifting gym, strongman gym, CrossFit gym, garage gym, home gym, commercial gym and group-exercise environment.
|$300,000 for 15%||$300,000 for 20%||Barbara Corcoran|
Entrepreneurs: Ondrea Siniari and Marquez Fernandez
The Dough Bar encourages self-control, humility, discipline, and moderation. But we also believe that these attributes can be practiced with a bit of leniency.
These doughnuts are packed with 11 grams of protein, and they’re made from high-quality ingredients. They’re baked in California and shipped all throughout the US.
The Dough Bar is a product and a company from Vallejo, CA, created by a couple who bounded over working out but also wanted a healthy version of the donut. The Dough Bar is baked and not fried. It is low in fat and sugar but high in protein.
|$250,000 for 15%||$250,000 for 25%||Mark Cuban|
Entrepreneurs: Daniel Stelmach and Nick Skrzyniarz
ChangeEd provides an app as a front-end to their service that borrowers can use to link the service to their loan servicer and bank accounts. When the borrower makes a purchase with their debit card, the service withdraws an amount of money equal to the next full dollar and keeps it in an FDIC insured account they maintain until reaching $100 where a payment can be made to the loan servicer.
Founders, Nick and Dan built their business from the ground up by pulling their savings together and working hard to perfect ChangEd for the largest financial crisis of the millennial generation.
ChangEd aligns with your natural spending, makes small roundups to the next dollar, and applies the accumulated change toward your student loans.
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