Brooks Powell’s company, Thrive+, was featured in
Shark Tank Thrive+ Update
- Entrepreneurs: Brooks Powell
- Business: Hangover Supplement
- Ask: $400,000 for 10% equity
- Result: No deal
- Sharks: None
Thrive+’s pitch was not very impressive to the sharks and some of them had major concerns about the legitimacy of the company’s claims. Mark Cuban didn’t even really believe that the product could make claims about curing hangover symptoms. Many of the sharks quickly realized that this investment probably wasn’t right for them.
Supplement designed to help you feel great after drinking. Created by a team of PhDs, these capsules work by reducing GABAa rebound, replacing lost vitamins, and supporting the liver, which has the function of breaking down alcohol’s toxic by-products. Cheers Restore is a natural, patented formula designed to help you enjoy drinks responsibly, and on your own terms.
As sharks quickly started dropping out, it was starting to look very unlikely that Brooks Powell would earn a deal for Thrive+. While it remained unclear whether the hangover supplement actually had an effect on any of the symptoms, it was clear that his pitch was not convincing enough to have the sharks risk their own money.
All of the sharks eventually dropped out without making an offer, forcing Brooks to leave
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