Paper Box Pilot Stickers on Shark Tank
The Paper Box Pilot Stickers inventors Noah, Brian and Milo Cahoon, has taken the cardboard box trick and turned it into a very interesting new business that's now coming to the Shark Tank in Episode 606 this Friday night. Brian, the Dad, used to deck out his first son, Noah, cardboard boxes to resemble race cars and airplanes using his drawing art skills. Noah remembered how much fun he had using his imagination flying around the living room piloting his paper box, he thought his little brother Milo, would also like his own customized cardboard plane. Of course he did, what little kid wouldn't want their own plane or decked out race car?
Noah, now 13 years old, needed to think outside the cardboard box when his entrepreneur mind started wondering how many thousands of other kids would also like playing inside this creative toy his Dad created from scratch.
With a small business loan also from his dad, Noah created everything you need to build your own decked out plane or racecar using high-quality peel-and-stick stickers and a cardboard box. Now why didn't I think of that? :-)
The Paper Box Pilot Sticker Kits are available for the Box Airplane, Race Car and even a Fire Engine. Each kit costs only $7.99 each and comes complete with everything you need (minus the box) including 3 sheets of customized stickers and special cut-out additions depending on the kit.
The Box Airplane also comes with additional instructions for mom and dad to help deck out the plane. It will be worth a little extra time and creativity considering how many hours they'll be flying around burning off all that excess energy. That alone is worth eight bucks, LOL.
Paper Box Pilots before Shark Tank Update
It looks like the Paper Box Pilot Sticker Kits is still a Home Based Business that Noah continues to enthusiastically build. In one of his blog posts when he was on vacation, Noah wrote "Now that I have a business I can't turn it off. So I have to bring stickers with me". Now that's dedication always putting the customer first. Little things like that no doubt helped the Paper Box Pilot stick out of the crowd and get a featured spot on the next Shark Tank Episode 606.
Did the Paper Box Pilot's get a deal on Shark Tank? Chances are probably not for one simple reason, "the price". The first thing the Sharks would do IMO would be to raise the price. With such a unique and creative project parents can do with their kids, and maybe marketed a little more in that direction, the Paper Box Kits could easily double the current price of only $7.99 each.
The Paper Box Pilot's is also running a "Shark Tank Special" which is always a good thing to see from new contestants. Right now you can buy all 3 kits (the Airplane, Race Car and Fire Engine) for only $20 postpaid.
Deal or no deal, there's going to be a bunch of little Shark Tank Fans flying all over the place after this episode. Good Luck Noah, Milo and Brian on your appearance, we're looking forward to watching how this Father/ Son's business venture does.
Paperbox Pilot Website