Fairy Tale Wishes Monster Repellent on Shark Tank
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Therapy Aroma Sprays Seen on Shark Tank Season 5
Debbie Glackman the owner of Fairy Tale Wishes took this unique idea for Monster Repellent and expanded the product line to include a Sweet Dreams Spray, Happy Camper Spray, Tooth Fairy Spray and my favorite, the Super Hero Spray.
One of the greatest gifts Kids have is the ability to dream and use their imaginations creating imaginary worlds. A child's imagination is so strong at the time that to them it's perceived as reality, and this is where Fairy Tale Wishes Aroma Therapy Spray helps solve a number of issues using their own imagination. A little Fairy Tale to read your kids is written on the label, and when combined with the Magic Spray containing a little glitter, makes this reality and they "believe" everything will be alright.
The Fairy Tale Wishes Brand is definitely thinking outside the box which gives it a certain appeal that attracted the producers of Shark Tank in the first place. Glackman started Fairy Tale Wishes back in 2009 and from everything I could find seems to be growing this business very successfully from day one. There are lots of good testimonials with some sharing new Fairy Tales to go along with Debbie's Aroma Therapy Sprays. Thinking outside the box myself, I wonder if Debbie ever thought about taking all those "Fairy Tales" and creating an App for that. You could even come up with a new Therapy Spray that was more general in nature, and make any Fairy Tale come true that was inside the Fairy Tale App. Fairy Tale Wishes before the Shark Tank Update
The good news is Debbie Glickman and the Fairy Tale Wishes Brand has been on the market for a solid 4 years and already established in a few dozen retail stores. She also has a professionally designed website capable of taking orders on line and hopefully a lot of extra server space from the thousands of visitors coming after episode #503 of the Shark Tank airs this Friday Night. The not so good news like most successful ideas, Monster Repellent does have some competition within the Therapy Aroma Sprays for Children. I can already hear Kevin O'Leary saying "why can't I make-up my own Fairy Tale's and sell my version of a monster repellent"? Having no propriety rights to the idea/product might pose a problem for a few of the Sharks to consider investing, but then again Fairy Tale Wishes seems to be the leader in this market which is always a good thing.
It should be interesting seeing if the monster repellent can attract a Shark Tank Investment or will it repel them away.
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