Kevin Harrington is back for this weeks episode of Shark Tank!
Emily Johnson and her family take try to convince the Shark that their business is the next big kids fad. FlipOutz are bracelets that your can personalize with FlipOutz coins. Kids can register the coins on the FlipOutz website using a unique code, then they trade their coins with her friends and they are able to track where their coins end up.
James Mitchell tries to convince the Sharks to take a bite out of his business PureAyre. PureAyre is an all-natural food-grade odor eliminator. Strong enough to instantly eliminate the odor from cat urine and even skunk, yet safe enough to spray around allergies, asthma and even directly on people and animals. Instantly eliminates all odors leaving nothing behind, just fresh, “pure air”.
After Kiersten Hathcock left her job as a marketing executive to form her company Mod Mom Furniture. She taught herself carpentry and began building eco-friendly toy boxes. Kiersten makes all her toy boxes by hand, she has six designs, all named after children she knows.
Stacy Erwin will pitch the sharks his business Fitness Stride. Fitness Stride is a fitness product, to tension cords attached to each leg create added resistance as he worked out, or just do daily activities around the house. Stacy has patented his product was looking to try to get them in stores.
I apologize but there will be a delay in publishing the recap of this week’s episode of shark tank as I will be away this weekend.