The Businesses and Products from Season 12, Episode 1 of Shark Tank

The Businesses and Products from Season 12, Episode 1 of Shark Tank

A father and his 15-year-old son from Cincinnati, Ohio, help the Sharks get creative while sharing their solution for storing paint efficiently this week on Shark Tank. Two tech-savvy entrepreneurs from Somerville, Massachusetts, put the pedal to the metal when they show off their portable electric vehicle charger. A husband and wife from Milltown, New Jersey, think they can smell success as they pitch their product designed to keep garments safe from bacteria and odor, while an entrepreneur from Portland, Oregon, tries to convince the Sharks he's brought blankets into the 21st century.

Sharks:

Mark Cuban
Lori Greiner
Daymond John
Blake Mycoskie

Kevin O'Leary

Touch Up Cup
www.TouchUpCup.com

A few years back Carson was doing some touch-up painting with his Dad around the house. They went to open just a few gallon cans when they realized the RUST, CLUMPS, and SMELL. They quickly realized that their expensive paint had gone BAD! They looked at each other and said "There has to be a better way". That's when Carson invented the Touch Up Cup for paint! They incorporated a stainless-steel mixing ball for easy mixing - Just Shake N' Paint BABY! This ingenious invention keeps your paint fresh for over 10 years! 

SparkCharge
sparkcharge.io/

SparkCharge makes a portable charging unit that is portable, ultra-fast, and modular. Since the chargers are compact, they can be delivered to an EV owner on-demand via service companies like Agero or AAA. SparkCharge also launched BoostEV creating the world's first mobile, on-demand charging platform. BoostEV allows electric vehicle owners to have their cars charged ultra-fast, anywhere with the push of a button. Our solutions are scalable and end range anxiety andwill grow the electric vehicle charging infrastructure at a fraction of the cost, with a much faster implementation rate.

Garma Guard
www.garmaguard.com

As a US Army Veteran Police Officer, I noticed that my wife, who is a nurse, and I had the same post-shift routine - we would come home and remove our uniform / scrubs and shoes before entering our home. In fact, it was a rule in our household to practice this. After searching extensively for a safe product that could be used to clean and freshen our garments on-the-go, I realized no product existed. I decided to create GarmaGuard™ to help protect those in the same situation as ourselves, as well as anyone who would like to clean clothing and fabric and eliminate odor causing bacteria from their clothing, shoes, uniforms and more instantly, safely and easily!

Rumpl
www.rumpl.com

Rumpl was put on this planet to introduce the world to better blankets. We apply technical materials typically found in premium outdoor gear and activewear to modernize a dated and boring blanket category. Additionally, we offset our entire carbon footprint every year and donate 1% of all sales to environmental causes.