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Shark Tank RHAPup | Season 7 Episode 25 Recap

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Mike Bloom (@AMikeBloomType) and Jasmeet Sidhu (@JasmeetSidhu) talk drips, sips, and possible running slips on this week’s Shark Tank podcast.
Next week, Mike and Jasmeet will discuss some notable pitches and products of episodes past, as well as their general thoughts on the companion series “Beyond the Tank.”

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S7 E25 Episode 25 Description

Two high school freshmen from Denver, Colorado, pitch a tasty way to improve the ice cream cone; an entrepreneur from Bend, Oregon, presents a reinvented kid stroller with an athletic twist; a woman from Austin, Texas, hopes to make the lives of parents easier with her line of child products; and an update on Gameday Couture, a fashionable women’s gameday apparel that Mark Cuban invested in during season six.


PITCH: KidRunner

KidRunner is the world’s first and only pull style kid jogger. It is hands and arms free, multi-terrain and high performance. It is safe for kids and their parents, reduces running injuries and brings back the joy and freedom of running and exploring with your kids. KidRunner has been designed, tested and used on trails, roads and competitive races. Run. Explore. KidRunner.

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PITCH: Jarrett and Raja

Direct from the great casinos of the Las Vegas Strip and billed as “The Magic and Piano Guys,” JARRETT & RAJA have entertained audiences worldwide with their amazing and unique blend of magic, music and comedy.

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PITCH: InchBug

InchBug® makes innovative children’s products that parents trust. Their line of products began with the invention of Orbit Labels.   These are widely used for personalizing baby bottles and sippy cups to aid in preventing bottle mix-ups and minimizing germs.  Their latest creation, MyDrinky is a two-piece adjustable juice box holder that helps stop the accidental juice box squeeze.

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PITCH: Drip Drop

The Drip Drop is an edible “ring” made out of waffle cone ingredients that protects ice cream drips from getting on your hands and clothes. The inventors and CEOs of The Drip Drop are 14-yr olds Sam Nassif and Oliver Greenwald from Denver, Colorado.

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