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Jones Scones

Jones Scones on Shark Tank

Scones Pastries- Season 4 - Episode 423 - 4/19/2013
season 4, episode 423, 4/19/2013
J. Jones of Jones Scones Co.
  J. Jones is the inventor of the Jones Scones Co. that's coming to the Shark Tank with a message everyone needs to hear. As with all successful businesses a good story goes a long ways, and boy does J.Jones have a good one. Jone's started experimenting and making Scone's while living in London and developed a taste for this traditional United Kingdom treat. Upon returning to the States he could not find anything even close to the cake-like Scone's he had been accustom to. Being the entrepreneur that he is, Jone's decided to start making his own Scone's and start selling them in coffee shops across Denver area. The Jone's Scone's was an instant success as more and more coffee shops started requesting his products which has now has landed him on the biggest business stage in televisions history, The Shark Tank Show.

 Not only has J. Jone's perfected the art of making the Best Scone's in the U.S., but this multi-talented entrepreneur is also a practicing lawyer in the Denver area as well as a night club singer with his own band. To stay in shape, he's a weight lifter that can bench press 400 pounds and holds a Black Belt in Tomiki Aikido.

A Very Good Friend Amy Muzyka-McGuire, told him that a company had to be about something more than just money or product. (Very Good Advise) It took a few years, but the purpose for Jones Scones finally became crystal clear when he was diagnosed with colon cancer in which he beat last year in 2012. He's now on a mission to spread as much Love and Positive influence too as many people that he possibly can with his Jone's Scone's products.

Jone's Scone's before the Shark Tank Update

J. Jone's definitely has a unique story that is sure to get a little emotional during the interview with the Sharks. What makes this product so unique is the fact how popular Scone's are on the other side of the pond, but not so much here in the United States. In fact, I'm not even sure I ever had a Scone's before. The next time I'm in Denver, I most definitely will be stopping by one of several shops carrying the Jones Scones cake-like products.

seen on the Shark Tank Show
As far as taking advantage of 7+ million people watching the Shark Tank and wanting to order Jone's Scone's for themselves, how's that saying go, you might be SOL. There is approximately 18 stores that carry Jone's Scone's mostly in Colorado, Utah, New Mexico and Kansas. Unfortunately, at least at this time, there is no way to directly order Scone's from the website or Thu the mail.
 If a cake seen on the Shark Tank can successfully sell for $50 each plus shipping, then to me this seems like Jone's might be leaving a lot of money on the table whether he gets a deal with the Sharks or not.

The good news is there is a phone number for distributors to call (303-360-8459) so be sure to mention Jone's Scone's to your local coffee shops and specialty stores.

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  1. Anonymous2:46 PM

    I have been witnessing Jones Scones / John from day 1, and that was quite a few years ago. John's determination, passion, good vibes and ability to produce world class scones is sure to pay off for all involved (customers, investors, those suffering from cancer, and ultimately the world-at-large). John has always been about "spreading the love". I believe in him and what he is doing. I'm excited for Jones Scones to be highlighted on Shark tank and am confident only good will come of it, regardless of the immediate outcome.

    Good luck John and may the force be with you!


  2. Anonymous9:19 AM

    Yo! Thanks for the love both of you!!! And I will take your advice on that e-commerce idea! You may be right and I'll have a look at it.

    J. Jones

  3. Anonymous11:58 PM

    Jones should've been an actor or a therapist. Smoothest talker I'd seen on the show. He's the kind of guy that I'd sit down and have a scone with.