PittMoss on Shark Tank
|Inventor of the PittMoss, Mont Handley on|
the Shark Tank in Episode 627, 4/17/2015
Compared to harvesting Sphagnum Peat Moss that's not helping our planet in any way, the Pitt Moss is made of a mixture of organic additives and recycled paper. The cost to consumers is comparable in price and always a "very good thing" for any recycled product. But the main benefit using PittMoss compared to Peat Moss, is the product has proven to be superior in a variety of case studies and experiments from large nurseries.
In the PittMoss Casting tape, Mont Handley did for the Shark Tank, brings up a few very good points how the exploitation of Peat-land's is contributing over a billion tons of carbon into the atmosphere every year. We are literally risking climate change to fill flowerpots! As far as Shark Tank Casting Videos go, this has to be a record for the shortest pitch I've ever seen. But when you have a revolutionary product that can change the World, what more does He need to say?
PittMoss Reviews before Shark Tank AppearanceSome folks might already be familiar with PittMoss when it was Branded with the Nupeat name. Apparently, the word "peat" is a trademarked term when referring to Peat Moss, and Mont was advised to change the NuPeat name. Considering all the recycled paper originated in Pittsburgh, Handley decided to name his superior product Pitt Moss.
|Pitt Moss expanding operations|
before appearing on the
Shark Tank Show
Mont has been frequently posting on FaceBook about his appearance on Shark Tank, which is always a good sign. But during the promotional video for Episode 627, Handely flat out tells the Sharks "the valuation and sales numbers suck for the PittMoss Business". Ah yes, maybe that part could have been left out.
Deal or no deal on the Shark Tank, the Pitt Moss is starting to grow like a weed increasing production ten-fold in the past few Months. It may have taken Mont over 20 years to get finally to this point, but with a revolutionary product made with recycled materials, the entire World will now benefit for many generations to come. Why keep destroying valuable habitat meant for our survival if there's a better alternative than using Peat Moss?
Pitt Moss Website