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Shark Tank Season 6 Contestants

Shark Tank Season 6 begins September 6, 2014

Who's on Shark Tank Season 6?

  With only 50 more days until a brand new season of the Shark Tank premiere's, I can only imagine the thousands of entrepreneur's who auditioned for season 6 and now anxiously await a call that will forever change the rest of their lives. The bigger the Shark Tank phenomenon becomes, the more credibility each and every entrepreneur gains simply by being featured on this 100% Business Reality Show. When you can say your product was good enough to be featured on the Shark Tank Show, you can bank on this fact opening doors that would have never existed any other way.

So who tried out for Season 6, and which products have the greatest chance getting Featured on a Brand New Shark Tank Episode? After studying several hundred Shark Tank Contestants and the business and/or products that got them there, I'm going out on a limb and predicting a few products that will be featured in an episode during season 6. If you know of other Shark Tank "worthy" entrepreneur's who auditioned for Season 6, and you believe they have a great chance of getting on the Show, feel free to leave their details below. I for one am always interested in learning about brand new "up and coming" successful product's, and the entrepreneurs who took their dreams and shaped them into reality

Shark Tank Season 6 Audition Tapes


Shark Tankl Season 6 products There's not many inventions that can completely transform a multi-billion dollar industry, especially when you're talking about time tested hand tools that hasn't changed in generations. I mean come on now, how "intelligent" can you really make a shovel or a broom anyway? Well once you learn about the Inteletool that auditioned for the Shark Tank in Season 6, you will never look at those, or dozens of different tools the same again. It's hard to imagine conveniently carrying several shovels, an assortment of rakes, axe, loping shears, cutting saw, sledge hammer, fire fighting tools, to name a few, all inside a small duffel bag. Considering all the detachable products already on the market, the Inteletool patented products is one idea that makes me think "now why didn't I think of that? It's a very, very cool invention that certainly has my vote to be on Shark Tank Season 6.

According to the video below, Dan Fenstemaker, the inventor of Inteletool, will be seeking $130,000.00 for a 10% equity stake in the company. The Inteletool stands for "Interchangeable Telescopic Tool" and already available in specialty tool kits for Military and Rescue, Hunting, Camping, Landscape, Maintenance, Gardening and Wildfire Firefighting Crews. Depending on your needs, you simply design and carry every tool you could possibly need inside a duffel bag.

Anyone that's bought tools such as these lately, knows the quality in most products is anything but satisfactory. I just bought a leaf rake last week for instance, and s.o.b. if I didn't break the handle the very first time I used it. This commercial grade telescopic pole Inteletool uses to attach all it's attachments, is practically indestructible and guaranteed you will wear out long before the tool does.

Another positive proving Inteletool is ready for the Shark Tank is the shear number of products available on Amazon Prime. Boasting 4 full pages of tool attachment's and kits already available for sale, and the fact they have contracts with the Military, Firefighting and Rescue Crews to attest to the quality in the field, this is one Brand that will do fantastic on the Show.

Hot Head Cooler

Shark Tank Season 6 Auditions
Cooler Made For Your Head
 Coming from someone who wears a hat often, the Hot Head Cooler is one super cool invention I would buy on the spot if conveniently displayed in several different types of stores. Lee Malone, the inventor of the Hot Head Cooler, auditioned for the Shark Tank Season 6 this past summer, and I must say, this product has all the makings to become a very successful Shark Tank product. You simply soak the patent pending Hot Head Cooler with water that soaks up all its moisture, and insert into the hat's lining. Every single person that wears a hat or helmet working outdoors on hot summer days, WILL be interested in this product. The #1 cause of overheating is from the head getting too hot, even with a hat on (I know from experience).

This very thin sponge-like evaporator material absorbs the water, but dry to the touch. As the water starts to evaporate, it provides a cooling effect for your entire head and greatly reduces overheating and heat exhaustion. The market for such a simple reusable product is huge, especially if Lee can get it in front of the Sharks. With a retail price of only $10.00 for the Hot Head Cooler already set up on Amazon Prime, the Hot Head Cooler could be a great fit for the Shark Tank Show.

Bowtie Backsliders

Just how exciting can it be going to a Shark Tank audition? Well after watching dozens of audition tapes, this mother/daughter team that auditioned for one of the last auditions for season 6 in North Carolina, easily takes the prize. In fact they were so excited about filming the experience, the actual product is barely mentioned throughout this almost 7 minute video. But as with all successful reality shows, the producers also look for colorful characters that, shall we say, stand out from the crowd. By the looks of this video, and being first in the audition line after a very long night, no doubt Bowtie Backsliders made quite the first impression with Mindy and all the casting crew.


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