Spike Ball on Shark Tank
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Shark Tank Season 6 Finale
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Several Colleges including Harvard Business School already compete in the East Coast Competitions as Spike Ball continues to gain more popularity. Playing Spike Ball is kind of like playing a game of 2-on-2 volleyball. But instead of playing over a net, you bounce the ball off the round net. Got it? Just like in volleyball, you'll also need to keep in mind your partner, and you only have three touches of the ball before it has to hit the round net. You can also use any part of your body to help serve good shots for your partner (I.E. using hacky sack kicks and head bounces) creating new levels of strategy to win at this fast paced game.
Spike Ball Reviews before Shark Tank Season Finale
Perhaps the best part about playing Spike Ball aside from a good workout is the cost to play the game. The complete Spike Ball Kit retails for only $59.00 with reviews showing a solid 4.5 Starsout of 5 Stars from over 225 votes.
As far as Spike Ball getting a deal on the Shark Tank Season 6 Finale, they timed the audition pitch about as perfect as it could get. Not only is this the Shark Tank Season 6 Finale, it also features the young Shark Tank Guest Billionaire Nick Woodman, the entrepreneur behind the Very Successful GoPro Brand. If there's one thing you can say about Nick Woodman, is he's already built a very popular Brand already being used by the Spike Balls target market. Get the Go-Pro Brand behind Spike Ball National Tournaments and you have a Very Successful Competitive New Sport that will become a household name in record time.
We then need to consider the other Shark Tank Billionaire Mark Cuban, who has a history investing in large event businesses during the Show. Put these two together (again) and you have the makings of "The Fight of the Century" Billionaire Style. It won't even cost you a hundred bucks to watch!
Mr. Wonderful will also see the full potential of the Spike Ball Movement and most likely try partnering with one of the billionaire Sharks. In fact, it wouldn't surprise me if all the Sharks would like to invest in the Spoke Ball Game providing it has a realistic valuation at this stage of the game.
As always, the Shark Tank Success Blog follows all contestants live on Twitter and couldn't help noticing another Business Reality Star we follow, Marcus Lemonis, from The Profit Show on CNBC, who also follows the Spike Ball Movement. Could it be that, no, the producers of both Shows wouldn't try teaming up on a Brand New Sport growing at a phenomenal rate, would they? You have to admit, it certainly would be good for the ratings for both Business Shows if they did.
It looks like Chris Ruder is also a long time Shark Tank Fan that's studied the Shark Tank Show in detail. On SpikeBall's Face Book page, He recently had a Shark Tank Quiz with the winner receiving a Free Spike Ball Combination Set. The question was something like, "What was the most Successful Shark Tank Product Deal along with the Shark Investors involved"? Unbelievably the correct answer was posted within two minutes, which, of course, is the ZipZ Wines deal with Kevin O'Leary. To any Hardcore Shark Tank Fan, I guess that's an easy one, but it's still a very good promotional idea leading up to an appearance on the Shark Tank Season 6 Finale.
What Shark Tank product has "sold the most units" since appearing on the Show? What is the main reason for it's success after appearing on the Show?
Answer can be found inside the Shark Tank Success Blog. :')
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