EZPZ Happy Mat on Shark Tank
|EZPZ Happy Mat's|
appearing on the
Shark Tank in Episode 715
This Friday Night
The entrepreneur and mother of three boys that invented the EZPZ Happy Mat's out of necessity is Lindsey Laurain, from Parker, Colorado, who'll be appearing on the Shark Tank in this Episode 715. The all-in-one Happy Mat's made with 100% silicone molded into a big happy face all children seem to enjoy. After proving the design concept using her children that were the inspiration behind the product, Lindsey took the EZPZ Happy Mat to Kickstarter to prove the concept there was a "need" for an all-in-one food tray that sticks to the surface.
The EZPZ Happy Mat successfully raised over $72,000.00 from 1,568 financial backers from Kickstarter on September 27, 2014. By all accounts, the entire campaign went
as planned and all the EZPZ Happy Mat's were delivered by December 31st of the same year. Now, exactly one year after the successful crowdfunding campaign, the EZPZ Children's Placemat's will become an Official Shark Tank product this Friday night in Episode 715.
The EZPZ all-in-one plate and placemat combo is an excellent idea, especially if the tray was securely suctioned down to the table as advertised. The main thing most Shark Tank Fan's will want to know is if a youngster determined to throw his bowl on the floor can still accomplish this task with the Happy Mat? While the EZPZ Fun Video below might be short, it does prove the product doing its job under the most extreme conditions. Notice this little guy's outfit and it might be safe to assume He's finally met his match when it come's to the EZPZ Happy Mat.
EZPZ Happy Mat Reviews before Shark Tank Episode 715The EZPZ All-In-One Happy Mat's have over 430 reviews on Amazon with an impressive 4.3 Stars out of 5 Stars. Most parent's giving the Happy Mat a 5 Star review can't seem to praise this product enough. One comment say's, "I still think this children's placemat is the greatest invention ever"!
Interestingly, a few 1-Star reviews are from a few kid's figuring out that lifting the corners of the EZPZ Happy Mat; they can then pick up the entire mat and all its contents at the same time. It seems most children, however, focus on the food and the happy face bowls built into the suctioned mat, but not connecting the mat when wanting to throw it across the room. If all else fails, "Fiber Fix It"! (private Shark Tank Fan joke)
Watch EZPZ Happy Mat become an Official Shark Tank Product this Friday night, January 8, 2016, and see not if, but who the Shark(s) are that invest in this product that definitely solves a real problem.
EZPZ Happy Mat
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