Last week (May 7) is an exciting week for Shark Tank fans. The show returns for Season 12 Episode 23 after a week-long break. In this episode, The Sharks are Mark Cuban, Kevin O’Leary, Lori Greiner, and Barbara Corcoran. Also, returning guest Shark and fan favorite, Alex Rodriquez. Keep reading to find out more about the Shark Tank contestants and their products.
Shark Tank hopefuls present craft beers at home and DIY protein bars and balls
The last episode of Shark Tank features the following products: BeerMKR, Creation Nation: SneakERASERS, and GRIND. First off, BeerMKR is a way to brew craft beer from home. According to their website, the products BeerMKR and BeerTAP are available for $579 or 4 interest-free payments of $144.75. This doesn’t include taxes or shipping and handling. Additionally, there are a variety of kits available for purchase. The kits are Chubby Stout, Future IPA, Redwood IPA, Jurassic Ale, Squeaky Kolsch, and Ghost Wheat. Not only is at-home brewing easy, but it comes with an app.
Next, Creation Nation offers a variety of protein and energy bite mixes. The mixes allow consumers to mix their favorite bar or ball with water, top it off with nut butter or syrup. Currently, the value pack is 25% of $32.97. Additionally, the individual packs are also on sale. Originally, $8.99, they’re available for $7.49 at the time of this writing.
Furthermore, according to Creation Nation’s website, they’ve been in business since 2014 and claim to be “leading a fresh snack revolution with the world’s first Protein Bar & Bit Mixes.” Their mission is to empower their consumers with: “personalized nutrition, homemade taste, unparalleled freshness, superior value, gluten-free organic superfoods, and no-bake family fun.” Sadly, Creation Nation doesn’t get a deal
Do these healthy snack mixes have you stirring for a deal? 👩🍳 #SharkTank
— Shark Tank (@ABCSharkTank) May 8, 2021
Keep your sneakers clean and shoot some hoops with these two products
SneakERASERS is a product for anyone that likes to keep their sneakers clean. This product’s founders are Chris Pavlica and Kevin Consolo. According to Meaww “Nobody likes their sneakers looking dirty.” Not only that but it is often thought that the only way to get your kicks immaculately clean is to scrub them with a toothbrush. It seems like all SneakERASERS are is a little sponge. Their website is currently advertising a Shark Tank bundle that is on sale with free shipping. Not only do they offer SneakERASERS, but there are also golf and auto versions of this product.
Due to rapid growth, Pavlica and Consolo “are on track to sell $1.8 million by the end of the year. They go on Shark Tank seeking $200,000 for 8% equity in their company. Luckily for them, they reach a compromise with Alex Rodriquez and Lori Greiner. They get their $200,000 at 20% equity.
I always hated when I scuffed up my new shoes or even worse when my cleats got dirty! I wish we had @SneakERASERS in our @yankees clubhouse; George Steinbrenner wouldn’t let us play in dirty cleats. @abcsharktank #SharkTank @barbaracorcoran @mcuban @kevinolearytv @lorigreiner
— Alex Rodriguez (@AROD) May 8, 2021
Lastly, GRIND is a portable basketball shooting machine that is compact enough to fit in a duffle bag. The product claims to “not only improve your skills in the basketball court but also improve your overall focus.” This invention is created by a former NBA hopeful, Thomas Fields. Ultimately, Mark Cuban and Barbara Corcoran partner together for this invention. As a recap, Business 2 Community reports that they invest $250,000 in exchange for 25% equity. Thomas accepts.
Do any of these products interest you? Which would you invest in? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below. Make sure to check back with TV Shows Ace for more Shark Tank news. Shark Tank airs
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