Tree T Pee Shark Tank Updates in 2020 1170x658 - Tree T Pee: Shark Tank Updates in 2020

Johnny Georges has a deep respect and passion for the American farmer. He worked in the citrus and irrigation industries for over two decades with his father, Rick. In 1984, the two of them created a plastic device to put around tree roots to prevent frost damage and save water in the process. Over the years, a few farmers used the Tree T Pee, which was limited for purchase to a local region. With global concerns for water conservation increasing and its impact on farming-related industries, Johnny was able to offer a way for farmers to save money and water while tending to their crops. He had a product that farmers could use to see an immediate effect on the…

March 22, 2020
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AVA the Elephant Shark Tank Updates in 2020 1170x653 - Ava the Elephant: Shark Tank Updates in 2020

Children are often scared and intimidated when they are sick and have to take oral medicine. Tiffany Krumins is an Atlanta native with a medical background and an entrepreneurial spirit. Working as a nanny she dealt with many children who struggled with her to take their medicine, something many parents can relate to. A particularly stubborn boy with Down syndrome inspired Tiffany to create a method of dispensing medicine that would ease his anxiety. She put together some fabric, sponges, and a plastic medicine dropper to create a prototype of Emma the Elephant, eventually changed to Ava the Elephant. She even added a recordable audio chip from a greeting card to make it talk. She knew it was a good…

March 22, 2020
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Robin Autopilot Shark Tank Updates in 2020 - Robin Autopilot: Shark Tank Updates in 2020

Robin Autopilot Before Shark Tank Dallas residents, Bart Lomont and Justin Crandall, founded their lawn care company, Robin, in 2015. Described as the “Uber” of lawn services, Robin would subcontract mowing, trimming, and weeding to local companies. In only two years, Robin had lined up 6,000 customers in seven cities. When Lomont and Crandall decided to investigate innovative new directions for the company, they learned about Roomba-like lawn-mowers that were becoming popular in Europe. Similar to its indoor cousin, a Roomba mower could utilize robotic technology to take the human labor out of yard work. Plus, they were so much better for the environment than traditional gas-powered mowers. In 2017, they decided to include robotic mowing in their service packages…

March 22, 2020
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Coopersburg Sports The Profit Updates in 2020 1170x473 - Coopersburg Sports: The Profit Updates in 2020

Coopersburg Sports Before The Profit Coopersburg Sports, located in Coopersburg, Pennsylvania, is a sports novelty company in the heart of Amish country. Established in 1791 as a tool handle company, the business was forced to transform once power tools became prevalent. In 1991, Scott Pino took the reins from his father and began selling mini baseball bats that were manufactured by the Mennonites in the area. When Scott acquired the rights for all of the Major League Baseball teams’ logos, Coopersburg Sports began to print the team logos on the mini bats and sell them in stadiums across the county. At its peak, Coopersburg Sports was bringing in $4 million in sales and was highly profitable. But since competitor Louisville…

March 22, 2020
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Artistic Stitch The Profit Updates in 2020 1170x781 - Artistic Stitch: The Profit Updates in 2020

Sal Loretta turned his simple embroidery company in Queens New York into a diverse conglomerate of business. The company used sales of customized hats and T-shirts to generate up to $2 million. Using his own savings, A nearby warehouse was built out into a sign company, a restaurant, and a sports complex, all owned by Sal. With Artistic Stitch struggling to make a profit and over $1.5 million in debt, Sal turned to Marcus Lemonis and The Profit to see if he could help turn things around. Artistic Stitch on The Profit The Profit Season 2 Episode 10 Marcus started out by visiting the Artistic Stitch Sports Complex could feel the stresses and strains throughout the staff. He sat down…

March 22, 2020
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I Want to Draw a Cat for You - I Want to Draw a Cat For You: Shark Tank Updates in 2020

Steve Gadlin is a Chicago web developer and a creative artist with a flair for entertaining. I Want to Draw a Cat For You was just one of the many ideas Steve had come up with over the years. The concept was simple. People would send him a circumstance or situation and Steve would make a cat drawing out of it. His background in the tech industry enabled him to design and build a website that performed well. Local media outlets promoted the concept, and he was starting to get exposure and traffic. He did not have impressive financials to show for it because he wasn’t presenting a proprietary product. What Steve Gadlin had was the ability to entertain. He…

March 15, 2020
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Plate Topper Shark Tank Updates - The Plate Topper: Shark Tank Updates in 2020

Michael Tseng earned degrees in electrical and biochemical engineering at Princeton University and completed medical school. Just a residency away from being a practicing doctor, he came up with the idea for Plate Topper and went into business for himself. With some early promotional successes in his pocket, Michael headed into the Shark Tank to see if he could get some help to take his Plate Topper to the next level. He asked for a $90,000 investment in exchange for 5% equity in Plate Topper. Plate Topper on Shark Tank Shark Tank Season 4 Episode 8 Michael began his presentation by talking about the difficulties people have dealing with food storage products. Locating the proper lids for Tupperware containers is…

March 15, 2020
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Shulers BBQ The Profit Updates - Shuler's BBQ: The Profit Updates in 2020

In 1996, Lynn and Norton Hughes opened a buffet barbecue restaurant in Latta, South Carolina, forty years after Norton’s father, Shuler, had created his personal brand of sauce. Combining Norton and Lynn’s family recipes, the Hughes’ restaurant became a popular destination, with folks sometimes driving more than 100 miles to sample the feast. Lynn and Norton named the restaurant for Norton’s dad and their adopted son, also named Shuler. They hoped that young Shuler would one day take over the business and carry on the family’s legacy. Marcus Meets the Nortons The Profit Season 2 Episode 15 When Marcus entered the bustling restaurant, he saw that it was packed with customers. Norton told Marcus that they often have a line…

March 15, 2020
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Courage B The Profit Updates - Courage.b: The Profit Updates in 2020

Noemi Goureau and her children, Nicolas Goureau and Stephanie Menkin operated a women’s clothing boutique in Greenwich, Connecticut, along with six other locations throughout the U.S. The Greenwich store was founded in 2008, but the family’s first retail store – Fopps – was established years earlier in Manhattan. The Greenwich store, named Courage.b, is the focal point of Marcus’s examination of the business’s woes. The episode aired October 14, 2015, during Season 2 of The Profit. Marcus Visits Courage.b in Greenwich The Profit Season 2 Episode 9 The first thing Marcus saw when he approached Courage.b were the words, “60% Off” written on the window. That was not a promising sign. Entering the store, he saw products everywhere, and it…

March 15, 2020
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Kensington Garden Rooms The Profit Updates 2020 - Kensington Garden Rooms: The Profit Updates in 2020

Damien Merry and Simon Johnston learned the craft of making custom gazebos in the UK before moving to the states and opening up Kensington Garden Rooms in California. They manufactured a premium quality luxury item hand-crafted from the finest materials. The high price tag was inhibiting sales and they looked to Marcus Lemonis and The Profit for help. Marcus felt he could implement strategies that would improve the process and bring down prices. Kensington Garden Rooms on The Profit The Profit Season 3 Episode 12 Lemonis first met up with Damien and Simon at a craft fair in El Paso, California. The pair had attended the fair every summer, but Marcus was not impressed. It seemed more like a carnival…

March 15, 2020
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