Kansas City inventors pitch their product on ABC’s ‘Shark Tank’
Two Kansas City Rolex Watches inventors this week will make their pitch on ABC’s “Shark Tank” series, seeking backing for a product that turns a disposable zipper bag into a bowl.
Although the travel convenience product is aimed at parents, ch Rolex Watches ildren and pets, he said the company is looking at plugging the BagBowl into the humanitarian relief space.
“Shark Tank” is a reality TV show that avera Rolex Watches ges 6 million viewers and is in its fourth season. It serves as a venue for entrepreneurs to pitch their ideas to a panel of “sharks,” who offer advice and possibly investment dollars in exchange for an equity stake. Some of the investors include Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban and Lori Greiner, an inventor and host on shopping channel QVC.
“There is a re Rolex Watches ason they don’t call it the ‘kitty tank’! It is very real and very serious when you get inside the Shark Tank,” co founder Brian Fleming said in a written statement. “It was quite an experience, and we hope that other local entrepreneurs tune in Friday to see the show.”