Shark Tank Flowers – Bouqs

Shark Tank Flowers – Bouqs

shark tank flowers 1shark tank flowers 2shark tank flowers 3shark tank flowers 4Bouqs is the volcanic Shark Tank flowers company that appeared in season five. Even though they didn’t get a deal, the business has done very well since their appearance. The reason they’ve done so well is simple: they have a good product at a fair price. I’ve ordered Bouqs for my mom and wife on Mother’s Day, my wife on our anniversary and her birthday, and now I am ordering my favorite Shark Tank flowers for my wife for Valentine’s Day.

One of the best things about Bouqs is their concierge service. With this service, I get up to 25% off on all my orders throughout the year (that’s ten bucks off a dozen roses) AND I don’t even have to THINK about remembering important dates. I simply set the dates I want flowers delivered and to whom, and I am good! My wife is set to receive Bouqs Shark Tank Flowers on Valentine’s Day, Easter, Mother’s Day, our anniversary, and her birthday. My mom will get flowers for Easter, Mother’s Day and her birthday.

I set up delivery once and then I don’t have to think about it. It’s a guy’s dream flower company. The flowers are top notch, too. If you saw Bouqs on Shark Tank, you know the flowers come from a volcano in Ecuador. They’re cut fresh to ship as soon as you order them. They’ve always arrived fresh and beautiful and the roses I got for my wife lasted around 9 days – not bad. Both my wife and mom loved their flowers from Bouqs (but I think mom likes Scrub Daddy better).

Get Bouqs Shark Tank Flowers for your Valentine

Whether you sign up for the concierge service or just send a dozen or two (or three) roses for Valentine’s Day, you can’t go wrong with Bouqs. At $40 for a dozen roses, $50 for two dozen and $60 for three dozen, they are priced well below other online flower shops. There’s never a shipping charge either.

Be smart guys! Order TODAY and schedule delivery NOW so you don’t forget!


Ugly Christmas Sweaters – Tipsy Elves

Ugly Christmas Sweaters – Tipsy Elves

dead snowman ugly Christmas sweatersIt’s that time of year: time for Ugly Christmas Sweaters! If you saw Tipsy Elves get a deal on Shark Tank in season five or if you saw their update in season six, you know what this company is all about. They sell Ugly Christmas Sweaters for the Holiday Season (they have ugly Hanukkah Sweaters too).

Tipsy Elves Update

In case you missed it, Tipsy Elves founders Evan Mendelsohn and Nicklaus Morton did a deal with Robert Herjavec in Season five. Robert invested $100,000 for 10% of the business. There was an update in season six, episode 612 where the guys revealed Shark Tank was the best thing that ever happened to them.

They project $8 million in sales for 2014! Part of the reason is they’re moving beyond the seasonal, ugly Christmas sweaters business model to include sweaters and other apparel for other holidays like St. Patrick’s Day, the Fourth of July, and Thanksgiving.

Ugly Christmas Sweaters Styles

There are a multitude of ugly Christmas sweaters for sale. The “humping reindeer” is a popular item, as are the new college themed sweaters. Whatever Style you choose, you’re sure to be the hit of the holiday party with a Tipsy Elves sweater!

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Ugly College Sweaters

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Humping Reindeer Sweater


Best Selling Shark Tank Products

Best Selling Shark Tank Products

best selling shark tank productsSome of the best selling Shark Tank products in the history of the show are the simplest items you’d want around your home. Out of the hundreds of Shark Tank products and services to appear on the show over the years, these 8 products consistently sell more units and dollar volume than any others.

Best Selling Shark Tank Products

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Best Selling Shark Tank Products

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Grace and Lace

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When you consider the success these businesses had after appearing on the show, you realize just how much a twist on a simple idea or a new innovation can result in BIG SALES!

FiberFix is like duct tape on steroids. When this company did a deal with Lori Grenier, they had just opened a call center to sell into ACE Hardware Stores and other home improvement outlets. Within a few short months, they were shipping millions of dollars worth of product.

DropStop, another Lori Grenier business, saw its sales skyrocket in the aftermath of their episode. To date, they’ve sold several million dollars worth of product and show no signs of slowing down!

Lollacup scored a deal with Robert and Mark in season three because they “wanted to partner with winners. They did, and became winners themselves with the most successful children’s product on Shark Tank to date.

Mission Belt did a deal with Daymond in season four. They’ve done over $2 million in sales since. The one-size-fits-all belt resonated with men and women everywhere and it makes a great gift, too.

Grace and Lace partnered with Barbara Corcoran in season five and in the week following their air date did over $1 million in sales. Since then, they continue to be a strong selling product due to their unique products and touching story.

ReadeRest is another product funded by Lori in season three and continues to do over $1 million in sales each year. It’s a simple idea for the hundreds of millions of eyeglass wearers all over the world.

Bouqs is a business that left the Shark Tank with no deal in season five, but their unique twist on a commonly ordered online product (flowers) has them in the upper echelons of best selling Shark Tank products.

Scrub Daddy, yet another Lori Grenier product from season four, is the biggest selling Shark Tank product of all time. Since their appearance, they’ve done over $20 million in sales and they keep on selling!