Paper Box Pilots Sticker Kits Update | Shark Tank Season 6

Brian Cahoon along with his young sons, Noah and Milo Cahoon, came up with a fun way to spend time together. They created sticker kits that turn cardboard boxes into vehicles. From airplanes to sports cars, with a little imagination, a box could entertain kids for hours. Will the sharks want to make a deal on Shark Tank Season 6? Find out in our Paper Box Pilots update!

Shark Tank Paper Box Pilots Update

Paper Box Pilots Update

  • Entrepreneurs:  Noah Cahoon and Brian Cahoon
  • Business: Sticker kits that transform boxes into toy vehicles
  • Ask: $35,000 for 25% equity
  • Result: $35,000 for 50% equity
  • Sharks: Kevin O’Leary

Noah and Brian entered the tank with another member of the family, little brother Milo.  They showed how a simple cardboard box could be transformed into a fun toy by simply adding one of their sticker kits. Paper Box Pilots only produced sticker kits, no the box, and the sharks thought this could be a major problem.

When Noah and Brian appeared on Shark Tank for their company, they had only been in business for eight months, generating about $7,500 over that period of time. Manufacturing the sticker kit costs just $0.94, while the company sells the kits for $7.99.

Kevin was the first shark to make an offer with a condition that they must sell a kit option that includes a box. He offered $35,000 for 50% equity. Noah and Brian were excited to have received an offer, but they weren’t sure if they were going to accept it right away. Mark Cuban went out, stating they guys already had a great offer.

Robert Herjavec was interested, so he copied Kevin’s offer and tried to convince the entrepreneurs to accept his offer. Barbara Corcoran offered $35,000 for 35% equity, with the agreement that they would make their product more appealing to girls and also offer a box option. Lori Greiner went out but told Noah she’d let him intern for her someday.

Robert came back in upping his offer to $50,000 for 50% equity. Despite Kevin offering the least amount of money for the most amount of equity, Noah and Brian accepted his offer. What became of this company? Find out in our Paper Box Pilots update!

Unfortunately, we have bad news to report.  Research for our Paper Box Pilots update revealed that the company is no longer around and hasn’t been in business for more than six years. Noah and his social media channels have been abandoned since 2016, without any additional updates. This will be our final Paper Box Pilots update.

Do you want to know more about the other companies featured in Season 6 Episode 4? You can find our other company updates for the episode in the links below.

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