Shane Pannell

BEST PART OF THE PITCH: Shane is a stay-at-home dad who has created a brand new kind of broom. There’s a built-in scraper the pops out of the bristles with the push of a button. Shane has a patent pending. There aren’t any sales yet because he’s only been working with prototypes. He’s asked business… Continue reading Shane Pannell

Categorized as season 2

Kim Nelson

BEST PART OF THE PITCH: Kim makes her cakes from scratch using family recipes. She provides some tasty samples which go over well. Who knew sharks liked icing? You can call or order the cakes from Kim’s web site. She packs them in dry ice and ships them nationwide. Cakes sell for $44.50 at a… Continue reading Kim Nelson

Categorized as season 2


BEST PART OF THE PITCH: Melissa defines the Caddyswag Golfer as your average, everyday golfer whose score is secondary to just having a good time. That’s why Ben invented the Par 6 cooler which keeps six 12-ounce cans cold for 18 holes of golf. It fits in the shoe pocket of any golf bag. They… Continue reading Caddyswag

Categorized as season 2

Deidrea Haysel

BEST PART OF THE PITCH: Deidrea felt humiliated and insecure while in the hospital during the birth of her first child because of the ill-fitting hospital gown. She designed her own line of super-soft gowns. They have short-sleeves for blood pressure checks and a full snap-down back. These designer gowns are not for sick hospital… Continue reading Deidrea Haysel

Categorized as season 2

Broccoli Wad

BEST PART OF THE PITCH: We recognize Vinny Pastore as one those wiseguys we used to watch on The Sopranos. Most mafia men carry their money in a wad, not a wallet. Hence, the Broccoli Wad. Basically, it’s a piece of rubber that you wrap around your cash. Barbara doesn’t get it. She thinks this… Continue reading Broccoli Wad

Mike Abbaticchio & Shon Lees

BEST PART OF THE PITCH: The country-style clothing these guys produce sells well at rodeos and concerts. The clothes look good and the guys are looking to expand their brand. They have over $271,000 in sales over the past three years. They say the term “hillbilly” doesn’t have a negative connotation anymore. Jeff Foxworthy may… Continue reading Mike Abbaticchio & Shon Lees

Ken Howell

BEST PART OF THE PITCH: Ken’s business is a tribute to his dad who passed away a few years ago. He doesn’t use any additives or preservatives for his fresh-tasting beef jerky. One of the sharks sitting before Ken also sells a brand of beef jerky. But Jeff Foxworthy still gives props to a very… Continue reading Ken Howell

Darryl and Randy Lenz

BEST PART OF THE PITCH: Darryl’s been a flight attendant for 27 years. During that time, she’s seen many parents struggle their way through the airport trying to carry both luggage and kids. That’s why she and her husband, Randy, developed a product that instantly converts carry-on luggage into a travel stroller. The attachable seat… Continue reading Darryl and Randy Lenz

First Defense Nasal Screens

BEST PART OF THE PITCH: Joe has a unique solution to protect against germs and allergens. His lightweight, non-inserted nasal screens have been clinically proven to reduce the inhalation of allergens, pollen, pollution and more. You just peel ’em and stick ’em on your nose. Mark says, “Are you kidding me?” Joe assures him that… Continue reading First Defense Nasal Screens

Vurtego Pogo Sticks

BEST PART OF THE PITCH: Brian believes his product could be the next big thing in action sports. His dynamic pogo stick costs about $100 to make and retails for $330. The video Brian provides shows folks doing amazing things with his product. He wants to mass produce these things to knock his most successful… Continue reading Vurtego Pogo Sticks