Bubbly Blaster Update | Season 12

Stanson Strong and Brad Hall were sick and tired of pouring their champagne the boring old-fashioned way. That’s why they created a gun-style attachment that shoots the champagne out of the bottle! Will they have something to celebrate on Shark Tank Season 12? Find out in our Bubbly Blaster update!

Shark Tank Bubbly Blaster Update

Bubbly Blaster Update

  • Entrepreneurs: Stanson Strong and Brad Hall
  • Business: Champagne water gun
  • Ask: $120,000 for 20% equity
  • Result: $180,000 for 30% equity
  • Shark: Mark Cuban and Alex Rodriguez

Bubbly Blaster appeared on Shark Tank Season 12 Episode 10 and was pitched by owners Stanson Strong and Brad Hall. Stanson shared that the idea for the blaster came after he was celebrating with some friends.

One night, he was celebrating with friends and they popped a champagne bottle and started spraying it around, only to find out it didn’t last very long. Thus the idea for Bubbly Blaster was born.

The Bubbly Blaster is simply an attachment that you can add to a bottle of champagne that makes it shoot out like a water gun, allowing the party to last longer.

Stanson and Brad told the sharks that they believe their product could be used for every future NBA, MLB, NHL, and NFL championship celebration.

To make things even better, it only costs $18 for Stanson and Brad to manufacture a blaster, while it sells for $100. Further, when Bubbly Blaster appeared on Shark Tank, it had amassed $560,000 in sales in just over a year.

All of this was enough to interest Mark Cuban, who offered $120,000 for 25% equity. However, Alex Rodriguez was also interested so they decided to join forces.

This was the obvious option for Stanson and Brad, as Mark owns the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks and Alex is a former MLB legend.

Together, Mark and Alex closed a deal with Bubbly Blaster for $180,000 for 30% equity.

So, did Stanson and Brad end up celebrating championships together for years to come? Let’s get a Bubbly Blaster update to find out what happened after Shark Tank.

We have mixed news to share in our Bubbly Blaster update. It’s unclear if Stanson and Brad were able to close the deal with Mark and Alex. However, the company still has an estimated annual revenue of $700,000.

While things have been a bit quiet since appearing on Shark Tank, it seems that Stanson and Brad have expanded their product line to include a phone accessory and branded hats. It’s unclear how much the business has grown since Shark Tank, but it does seem that they are still around.

You can check out all they offer on the Bubbly Blaster website.

We have reached out to Stanson to get a more official Bubbly Blaster update, we’ll be sure to let you know if we hear back!

In the meantime, be sure to check updates on the other companies from Season 12 Episode 10 below:

For more Season 12 company updates, be sure to check out our Season 12 Products page.

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