Shark Tank SandiLake Clothing Update
- Entrepreneur: Melissa Lay
- Business: Hand-printed custom-designed unisex toddler shirts
- Ask: $100,000 for 10% equity
- Result: No deal
- Shark: None
SandaliLake Clothing founder, Melissa Lay, entered the
After revealing her declining sales, Kevin O’Leary, Mark Cuban, and Robert Herjavec all dropped out, leaving just two women: Barbara Corcoran and Lori Greiner. The former referred to Melissa’s huge surge in sales following her viral Target moment as a “lucky charm” and said Melissa was “on track to something bigger.” Barbara then made her an offer of 40% for $100,000, contingent that she’d sell half of the shares to another
After this, Lori Greiner attempted to step in. However, Barbara warned Melissa that the moment she heard what Lori had to say, Barbara would step out immediately. True enough, Barbara did. But, even though she didn’t end up getting a deal, Melissa did walk away with something else. Instead of a deal, Lori gave her advice on what to do next, saying that Melissa should attempt to grow her business on her own.
After her pitch in
As for what SandiLake Clothing’s sales numbers are, we have no idea. It is possible that Kevin O’Leary might have been right all those years ago. SandiLake Clothing could very well be a “hobby-like business”, but there’s nothing wrong with having a small-scale company either.
Melissa’s company also currently has a sizable following on its various social media accounts. It has at least 9,000 followers on Facebook and 40,000 followers on Instagram. If we get more news on a SadiLake Clothing update, we will be sure and let you know!
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