Wednesday, November 5

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Special Veterans Episode 608

Shark Tank Veterans Special Episode 608


Veterans Small Business Week
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 The Shark Tank Show is dedicating the entire Episode 608 to entrepreneurs who have all served in the Military. In addition to four new Shark Tank products invented by Veterans representing the Army, Navy, Marines and Army Corps of Engineers, the special update will feature two successful products inspired while serving in the Military.

The Veterans Small Business Week hosts several events all across the country supporting new business ventures from active and former Military Members. The Shark Tank will also be showing a video from one of the events where the First Lady Michelle Obama, will be speaking on the Joining Forces Initiative.

The two very successful products featured during the Veterans Small Business Week is the Ruck Pack Energy Drink invented by Major Dyer and the Stella Valle Jewelry designers Paige Dellavalle and Ashley Jung. All three entrepreneurs along with Daymond John, Kevin O'Leary and Robert Herjevic spoke at the "Champions of Change" event, with the highlights being shown in episode 608.

Shark Tank Products Featured On Special Veterans Episode #608

Priority 1 Guard Dogs trainer and former Marine, Wade Morrel, will be demonstrating the unique capabilities his highly trained family/ security dogs have. Especially when his wife, Lori, commands the dog to attack him inside the Shark Tank.

The Natural Grip is a customized hand protection glove invented by Army Corps Engineer, Ashley Drake. Most grip-type weight training grips come in small, medium and large. The Natural Grip is customized to your ring finger size and "Guarantees" a perfect natural grip every time.

The Man Pack is not a man purse and not a backpack either, its a Man-Pack. This entirely new pack design invented by former Army Vet, Aaron Tweedie, who carries some interesting things around in his Man Pack.

The Bottle Breacher is a 50 caliber bullet transformed into a bottle opener by a former Navy Seal now turned entrepreneur. There's already dozens of 50 caliber bullets for sale, or get a customized work-of-art representing anything you'd like.


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