Tonight on Shark Tank
Episode 525 - May 9, 2014
|Tonight's Shark Tank Episode Featuring|
Deep-Sea Treasure Hunting, Bon Affair Wine,
Oru Folding Kayak, Cinnaholic and
Cousins Maine Loster Update
Whether we have to wait until the Shark Tank starts at 9 p.m. to find out who this deep-sea treasure hunter is, still remains a mystery, but one things for sure, it's not going to stop me from opening up a bottle of Bon Affair Wine when the show starts. No Shark Tank Show is complete without the latest, greatest new food product, and these Cinnaholic Cinnamon Rolls do seem to fit the bill. If you're not into Cinnamon Rolls made with more flavors than you can count, then maybe you'd prefer a little Lobster from Maine delivered to your door.
List of Shark Tank Products in Episode 525 (5-9-2014)Bon Affair Wine Spritzers entrepreneur Jayla Siciliano has created a healthier alternative to full-bodied wine's on the market. Not only is the Bon Affair Wine spritzers better for your health, but these professionally designed bottles also stand out far above the competition, and something that no doubt will impress all the Sharks. Jayla was kind enough to send the Shark Tank Success Blog of few bottles of wine to enjoy during this episode, which I would like to say "Thank You" if Jayla reads this.
Oru Folding Kayak inventors Anton Willis, Ardy Sobhani and Roberto Gutierre are all going inside the Shark Tank with a new sporting goods product that's guaranteed to help even a Shark tread water. The Oru Kayak fold-up design has already been a big success raising over $440,000.00 during a Kickstarter campaign. Now it's time to swim with the Big Sharks and see if this collapsible Kayak is the next "must have" sporting goods product.
Cinnaholic Cinnamon Rolls owners Florian and Shannon Radke have perfected making healthy 100% vegan cinnamon rolls with dozens of flavors to choose from. With the first successful retail store already profitable, the Radke's are looking for the Sharks to invest in their Franchise Opportunity.
Deep-Sea Treasure Hunting from Anacortes, WA is still MIA at this time. That's too bad because this is one subject I have always had an interest in, but never really had the chance to go exploring where hidden treasures may still exist. When you think about how financially risky it must be to finance a deep-sea treasure hunt, the whole business model must be far different than any other product ever seen on the Shark Tank. Then again, maybe this merchant marine actually did find the treasure he was looking for, and too busy picking up bars of gold on the bottom of the Ocean. Now "that" would make for one heck of a story knowing the Sharks missed a chance to be part of a successful deep-sea treasure hunt shortly after filming for this episode.
Shark Tank Featured Update:
Cousins Maine Lobster partners Jim Tselikis & Sabin Lomac are again chosen for another Shark Tank Update. What started out as a single food truck serving Maine Lobster in Los Angeles, has exploded in sales now covering the entire U.S. through their mail order business. This is yet another Business Barbara Corcoran has invested in at a very early stage, and within months grew the Cousins Maine Lobster Brand 10 fold.