Shark Tank's Best Selling Product "Scrub Daddy"
All the Shark Tank Products our Family's purchased, we've bought more Scrub Daddy sponge's than all the rest combined. They just work far superior to anything else on the market and worth the additional expense. Aaron Krause, the inventor of Scrub Daddy, did an excellent job demonstrating his smiley-face cleaning sponge on the Shark Tank that His site exploded with over 40,000 visitors immediately after the Episode aired.
As impressive as those numbers may sound, this was only the beginning of quickly becoming Shark Tank's Most Popular and Best Selling Product. When considering a product like this that needs demonstrating to fully understand all the benefits, Krause landed the perfect Shark Tank Investor Lori Greiner to invest in the Scrub Daddy. Lori knowing She had a major "Hero" on Her hands, wasted little time getting Krause on Her QVC Show demonstrating this remarkable product that changes consistency depending on the water temperature. .
As successful as Scrub Daddy has been since first appearing on the Shark Tank, surprising, neither Lori Greiner or Aaron Krause is taking full advantage selling more product given the products loyal returning customers. Hey, +Lori Greiner and +Scrub Daddy you still out there?
Coming from a loyal customer who's purchased my fair share of Scrub Daddy's usually bought in quantity when walking by a display, (Mostly at Home Depot and ALWAYS strange looks because of the quantities purchased. They know all about Scrub Daddy's Successful Shark Tank History before I finally check-out:-) ) what about setting up a Monthly Scrub Daddy Subscription Service?
I know it might sound like a crazy idea at first, but when you think about it, (cost savings on packaging, guaranteed recurring orders, "keeping loyal customers supplied", etc, etc.) it's something to consider to further grow the Scrub Daddy Brand to the next level.
We all know even the best cleaning sponge on the market that also happens to be Shark Tank's Biggest Selling Product does wear out after time and needs to be replaced like all cleaning sponges do. If a Successful Business can sell Monthly Subscriptions for disposable razors, then why not sell ongoing sets of Brand New Scrub Daddy's using a similar Business Model? Beside's, the profit margins are always better selling directly to the consumer who's "already sold on the product", right?
Something to consider. J.P.