Stealth Bros and Co. appeared on Season 14 of
Shark Tank Stealth Bros and Co. Update
- Entrepreneurs: Braxton Fleming
- Business: Luxury Dopp Kits
- Ask: $200,000 for 15% equity
- Result: $200,000 for 20% equity
- Sharks: Barbara Corcoran and Mark Cuban
While Stealth Bros and Co. admits that there’s a large collection of rival products that are quite similar, Braxton Fleming believed that the company was worth the investment. For starters, this was one of the more fashionable Dopp kits on the market and had a more personal mission than most.
This sharps container holds a fair amount of sharps and of course takes up no space in luggage. Is well made and is easy to use. This little sharps container is the perfect size for travel. It seals without being locked and can also fit (smaller) syringes and needles in it for safe travel.
Some of the sharks seemed interested, but Kevin O’Leary and Lori Greiner didn’t want to make a deal and dropped out. Followed by Robert Herjavec also didn’t see it as a fit for his portfolio.
Barbara Corcoran and Mark Cuban did want to extend an offer. Barbara made the original offer of $200,000 for 20% equity, but half of it would be extended as a line of credit. Mark decided to join Barbara on the deal if she was willing.
After some short negotiations, Braxton decided to accept their offer and would go on to close the deal. The deal was an emotional moment for not only Braxton Fleming, but for the entire community that makes up Stealth Bros & Co.
Let’s quickly get a Stealth Bros and Co. update to see how things have gone since
During our research, we found that the deal was finalized between Braxton and the two sharks. As one of the only companies to receive a deal so far on Season 14, it seems more likely than ever that Stealth Bros and Co. is positioned in such a way that it could reach new levels of success.
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