Thursday, October 17

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Shark Tank Episode 506 (week 5)

Shark Tank Season 5 Episode 506

Rufflebutts and Rugged Butts Seen on Shark Tank
Rugged Butts and Ruffle Butts seen on
 Shark Tank Episode 506
 Tonight's Show has a few interesting businesses for kids that will have them baa-fen all the way to the bank. First off is a highly successful kids clothing line that adds a little ruffle to the butts to create this unique line. We then have another business that kid's and parents are going to love once they taste a Sweet Potato Popsicle for the first time. Now if you think you're kids eat a lot, just imagine renting them out and getting paid while they eat as much as they want. The last featured business on the Shark Tank Episode 506 has to do with pain associated with Bikini Waxing and how a contestant from the Survivor Show has made this as painless as possible.

Ruffle Butts - Rugged Butts

 The seemingly two separate businesses Ruffle Butts and Rugged Butts are both owned by Husband and Wife Entrepreneurs Mark and Amber Schaub. What started out making a few cute clothes for Amber's own kid's, has grown into a large business with hundreds of products already available.

Bare Ease Bikini Wax

 The Bare Ease Bikini Numbing Cream was created by Survivor Star Edna Ma seen on the South Pacific series. Dr. Edna Ma, MD is also a practicing Physician in California that came up with the perfect solution for numbing the Bikini area before waxing.

Veggie Mama Garden Pops

This creative Entrepreneur by the name of Theresa Fraijo had the same problem a lot of parents have when it come to their kid's eating vegetable's. As with most kid's they loved Popsicle's, so Fraijo decided to mix the two and in the process became known as the Veggie Mama selling her Garden Pops.

Rent A Goat

Now here's a business you're employees eat for a living. The bigger you're Heard of Goats, the more invasive plants and weeds they can consume in a day's worth of work. The only problem is when the Goats aren't working you still need to keep feeding them throughout the year. It should be interesting if any of the Sharks decide to go into the Rent A Goat Business.

Shark Tank Featured Update: Nardos Natural

The Four Mastronardo Brothers first appeared on the Shark Tank in Season 3 when Barbara Corcoran invested $50,000.00 for a 50% equity stake in the Nardo's Natural Organic Skin Care Line. The entire business has gone on to become very successful, but unfortunately I just learned K.J. was killed in a motorcycle accident earlier this year. I don't know what to say, i also lost my little Brother and to this day it's still one of the hardest things I have ever dealt with. I wish I could say it gets easier over time, but for me it never has. Make Him Proud!



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