Buggy Beds Makes Shark Tank History

Buggy Beds on Shark Tank - Season 4, Episode 1


What kind of business plan do you need to bring to the Shark Tank that will get all the Sharks excited? A product so unique (no competition) with patents in place, recent high growth sales and orders coming from big box stores (Mainly Wal-Mart) should do it.

When Buggy Beds CEO Maria Curcio and business partner Veronica Periongo were the last entrepreneurs to appear on this seasons new episode, you could instantly see they came to the show very we'll prepared. They were not willing to negotiate as much as a lot of contestants
do even though they were asking $125,000.00 for a 7 % stake in Buggy Beds. They were so well prepared that the Sharks asked them what they were even doing there. A very successful business that appeared not to need the Sharks investment money. Maria discloses they already had an offer of $5 million for the company and the patents which they turned down. The whole Shark Tank, as if on Que, all said "WHOA". Daymond says he's itching to do this deal.


Negotiating with the Sharks for the Buggy Beds Company


Kenin O'Leary sensing a Very Good Opportunity asked Maria and Veronica to step outside so he could try to put together a joint venture with some of the other Sharks. When they returned he immediately offered them double the amount they were asking for ($125,000.00) to $250,000.00 but he wanted a 25% stake in the company. He also invited any other Shark into their per-arranged deal. Daymond John says he wants in the deal as we'll. After O'Learly tries to justify the larger percentage for what they can bring to the table, Barbara Corcoran gives then another offer. An offer they must accept immediately or She will back out. Barbara offers them $150,000.00 for only 15% of Buggy Beds. Corcoran then lays on the "us lady's must stick together card" rather thick. They didn't make up their mind soon enough and Corcoran takes Her offer of the table and declares "She's Out". The "Men" Sharks quickly decide to all come in on O'Learly's initial $250k offer for 25% and give Barbara one last chance to decide. She a smart business woman and back paddles back into the deal.

The final offer was made. Maria Curcio and Veronica Periongo had an offer that has never happened on the Shark Tank in it's entire History. All 5 of the Sharks with an accumulation of their contacts to take Buggy Beds to a Nationally known product. The Lady's knew they had just been given an offer they really couldn't refuse and quickly agreed to go into business with all the Sharks.


Makes deal with all 5 sharks
Buggy Beds Bug Trap
Owned By 5 Sharks
In just a few short Months from airing on "The Shark Tank" Buggy Beds is already spreading World Wide. Demand is spreading as fast as they can keep up with supply. Several larger Hotel chains are now making Buggy Beds standard issue in their rooms which is a boom in itself with the wholesale orders pouring in. Daymond John's team has taken the lead role while all the Sharks are using their resources to get Buggy Beds into every ones Home.

Whats It Take To Be A Success On The Shark Tank?


The Buggy Beds story will no doubt go down as one of the most successful products ever seen on the Shark Tank. This is a text-book case on what the Sharks are looking for in the product, the marketing and the distribution to bring it to the next level. If you haven't seen this episode, it's we'll worth the time to watch.on ABC.

More Info on the Buggy Bed Trap

3 comments:

  1. Anonymous7:33 AM

    There are no solid data to lead me believe that Buggy beds's glue tape is effective. Where is experimental data? All what I read is a glue tape whiuch can glue any bugs in the house, but not a "trap". I doubt about the product.

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  2. Anonymous8:13 PM

    Its a detection system not the solution. I guess if you see the bed bugs in the trap you will have to take other measures to eradicate them. I think the product is a great idea.

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  3. Anonymous5:23 PM

    Exactly... its only a detection system. Love the idea.

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