Shark Tank Season 4 Episode 415 - 15 - 2/8/2013
This Friday Night's Shark Tank Show is another brand new episode with a new twist that has not been seen before. Two of the 5 contestant's featured have already been on the Shark Tank and will be reviling new products. One is going in front of the Sharks again to potentially get another investment for a new product. The featured update is from the very first Shark Tank Episode that was only an idea at that time.
CitiKitty was first seen on the Shark Tank in season 2 episode 9, where Kevin Harrington made a deal with Rebecca Rescate for $100k and 25% of the kitty toilet training business. Rebecca returns with a Brand new invention that is sure to be a hit with cat lover's around the world.
The Green Garmento is coming in the Shark Tank to get the message out about one time use plastic that's filling our landfills. This "Green" company is changing an industry one Dry Cleaners at a time. Look for the Green Garmento's in a Dry Cleaners near you after this episode airs.
A hand-held cooler that two men from Austin, TX are so confident in their business they are willing to give the Sharks a 100% stake in their unique hand-held cooler business. Hm, to give away 100% of your business doesn't make much business sense or cents. Unless of course it's a product that can be licensed and you get a royalty for all the products made without any of the headaches.
Get Grinds Chewing Tobacco is a new form of chewing tobacco with no nicotine that actually tastes good compared to anything else on the market. That is, if you like to chew on coffee flavored chewing tobacco. In fact, it tastes so good you don't even need to spit. Just swallow your homemade brew!
Featured Shark Tank Update:
Tiffany Krummins is the inventor of Ava the Elephant medicine dispenser from the very first Shark Tank Show, season 1 episode 1. What makes Tiffany's success story so unique, and one of the main reason's I fell in love with this show early on, is she didn't even have a product when she went on the show. With a simple pro-to-type she called Emmy the Elephant and an idea to solve a problem for parents around the world, Krummins was able to make a deal with Barbara Corcoran for $55k and 55% interest in the business. Krummins and Corcoran will be unveiling the new thermometer sticker for kids. Super cool idea especially when they do not want to cooperate.