Lockerbones on Shark Tank
|Inventors of the Lockerbone's Organizer|
Gregg and Ashley Cronin
The Lockerbone's story all started the night before the first day at a brand new school, when Greg Cronin's daughter, Ashley, put the idea of a stylish locker organizer into his mind. Like all good Dad's would hopefully do to help their kids anyway they can, Greg spent that entire night building the ultimate locker organizer that was instantly a big hit with all her new friends. The orders started pouring in as word quickly spread how effective this locker organizer is always staying organized and easily customize as they see fit.
After several months perfecting the Lockerbone's invention, Cronin began marketing them directly to schools showing the benefits students receive by keeping their lockers organized and customizable. Within two years Greg had orders pouring in from 6 different schools just within the Jackson, Mississippi area alone. What started out as a Father/ Daughter project, soon swelled into a full-fledged profitable and growing business.
Steve Coachys was soon brought in as a partner to further develop the Lockerbone's product which may have been the best decision Greg has made concerning his new start-up. It was Steve's belief that Lockerbone's had what it takes to beat out thousands of other inventions and make it on the Shark Tank Show. It appears Locker Bones had everything the producers were looking for and now will be featured this Friday night in episode 514.
To gear up for the the growth of Lockerbone's and their appearance on the Shark Tank, Cronin and Coachy's hired a local web design and development company Think Web Store. I figured I would give ThinkWebstore.com a little plug here because they seem to cover a host of services a lot of small business owners might be interested in when starting to build a web presence. The actual site looks good but the social media presence so far is just about non existent. I don't know, but if I had a client that was about to go on the Best Business Reality Show in History when millions of people will be watching, I think it might be worth putting in a little added effort promoting this soon-to-be famous product.
If Think Web Store is actually the ones hosting Lockerbones.com, then yes I very much hope they are gearing up for one of the busiest nights of their lives. It's amazing how many hosting company's hosting Shark Tank product sites still seem to fail during the Show. As reported time and time again by other contestants, when the Shark Tank Effect takes hold, even some of the most prepared site's still get overloaded and crash. Can you imagine going through several months of preparation before appearing on the Shark Tank only to have the site crash on one of the most important days of your life? It's amazing it still happens in this day and age, but it just goes to show you how powerful the Shark Tank Show is when it comes to passionate viewers wanting to help your Business Succeed.
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