Shower Toga Update | Shark Tank Season 10

Kressa Peterson proudly came onto Season 10 of Shark Tank to highlight her innovative outdoor shower, Shower Toga. The company’s main product specializes in providing individuals who enjoy messy outdoor activities with a private accessory that can be worn in outdoor showers to maintain an appropriate level of privacy while still being able to undress. Kressa came into the tank seeking an $80,000 investment from the sharks for 33% of her company. Before we take a look at the Shower Toga update, let’s see which shark was interested in securing a deal with Kressa’s company.

Shark Tank Shower Toga Update

Shower Toga Update

  • Entrepreneurs: Kressa Peterson
  • Business: Shower Accessories
  • Ask: $80,000 for 33% equity
  • Result: $80,000 for 40% equity
  • Sharks: Mark Cuban and Alli Webb

At the time of its appearance on Shark Tank, Shower Toga’s lifetime sales equated to about $80,000. Most of the sales were generated from regional obstacle course racing tournaments that Kressa had attended previously. A single shower toga costs about $3 to make and can be sold for $35 per unit. With impressive margins, the sharks were certainly starting to consider the possibility of making an offer to Kressa.

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  • AS SEEN ON SHARK TANK: Shower Toga has made it possible to shower anywhere or anytime. It provides all the privacy you need to get clean.
  • GET DIRTY: Bring on the mud! With the Shower Toga, you can undress, get clean and change clothing anywhere with privacy. Loved by outdoor enthusiasts, athletes, beach goers, campers, hikers, obstacle course racers, and more.
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Kevin O’Leary did not like the product at all and was very quick to drop out of the negotiations. Some of the other sharks did remain interested but still wanted to hear more about the company’s growth potential and active partnerships with outdoor companies. Kressa did admit that she recently received a preorder for 1,000 units from a company that manages large outdoor events.

Robert Herjavec wasn’t interested in making a financial investment and dropped out. Lori Greiner also wasn’t interested in investing. The good news is that guest shark, Alli Webb, and Mark Cuban was interested in making an offer to Kressa and her company, Shower Toga. Mark and Alli decided to offer $80,000 for 40% equity. Kressa decided to accept their offer fairly quickly without countering.

Let’s get a Shower Toga update to see how the company is doing now. It turns out that it is still in business and can easily be found online on its website. Revenue has continued to slowly grow since coming out of the COVID-19 pandemic and it seems that Kressa has her company headed in the right direction.

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