Touch Up Cup Update | Season 12

Father and son duo Carson and Jason Grill were regularly touching up scuff marks in their house, and quickly ran into a problem. They typically only needed a little bit of paint, but the paint would dry up before they needed to use it again. That’s why they invented a sealable cup to solve this problem. Will the sharks paint the way to a deal during Shark Tank Season 12? Find out in our Touch Up Cup update and pitch recap.

Shark Tank Touch Up Cup Update

Touch Up Cup Update

  • Entrepreneur: Carson and Jason Grill
  • Business: Sealable cup for leftover paint
  • Ask: $150,000 for 10% equity
  • Result: $200,000 for 25% equity
  • Shark: Blake Mycoskie

Carson and Jason shared that the Touch Up Cup was capable of storing paint for over 10 years. Even better, the patented and reusable cup makes it easy to mix up the paint when it’s time to use it again.

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The 15-year-old co-founder shared with the sharks that Touch Up Cup had earned $220,000 in sales over the last two years. Further, the company had earned $70,000 so far in 2020 and was expecting to end the year at $400,000 in sales.

Carson also shared that the individual cup costs $0.90 to produce and wholesales for $1.89. Meanwhile, the 3-pack costs $1.99 to manufacture and wholesales for $4.25. They’re currently in over 4,000 retail locations and need a shark to help them expand.

All of this information was enough to interest guest shark and Tom’s founder Blake Mycoskie. He offered $200,000 for 25% equity.

The pitch also caught Daymond’s interest, and he offered $200,000 for 17.5%. However, after realizing that no one would be around to run the business because Carson was still in school and Jason had a full-time job, he changed his offer to $150,000 for 20% equity.

With two offers on the table, Mark Cuban, Lori Greiner, and Kevin O’Leary all dropped out of the deal.

After the change in offer from Daymond and some additional discussions with Blake, Carson and Jason accepted Blake’s offer of $200,000 for 25%.

How’s the company doing now? Let’s find out in our Touch Up Cup update.

After airing on Shark Tank Season 12, Touch Up Cup did $50,000 in sales. Even better, the brand is now generating around $2 million in annual revenue and has expanded into Lowe’s and Walmart stores.

In our Touch Up Cup update research, we also found that Blake has helped Carson and Jason expand their product line to include rollers, brushes, and more.

If you’d like to know more, be sure to check out the Touch Up Cup website.

For updates on the other products featured in Season 12 Episode 1, be sure to check the links below:

For more Shark Tank product updates, be sure to check out our Season 12 products page!

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