Wedding Wagon Update | Shark Tank Season 6

Are you ready to get married, but the hassle of wedding planning has you dragging your feet? James Cass and Adrian Gonzalez have just the right solution for you! Their mobile marriage service brings the wedding to you, without the headache of planning and huge costs. Will the sharks be romanced into making a deal on Shark Tank Season 6? Find out in our Wedding Wagon update.

Shark Tank Wedding Wagon Update

Wedding Wagon Update

  • Entrepreneurs:  James Cass and Adrian Gonzalez
  • Business: Mobile wedding service
  • Ask: $125,000 for 20% equity
  • Result: No deal
  • Sharks: None

James and Adrian introduced their mobile, wedding service, Wedding Wagon, with one of the most memorable and comical presentations of all time.  They performed a mock wedding on Kevin O’Leary and Barbara Corcoran, two sharks known to spar often in the tank.

The guys told the sharks that they had so far generated $243,000 in revenue.  They have a company goal of participating in six to eight wedding ceremonies per day, which cost $99 and up per service.

Kevin asked if the guys had plans to bring their Wedding Wagon to other cities besides Las Vegas, where they started their business. Due to the fact that Adrian and James had sold their own company’s rights to other owners to operate the business in Las Vegas, Mark Cuban and Lori Greiner immediately dropped out.

Robert Herjavec shared similar frustrations and ultimately dropped out as well. The two remaining sharks, Kevin and Barbara, completely agreed with the reasons that the other sharks had brought up, forcing Wedding Wagon to leave the tank without a deal.

Now that we’ve seen how the Wedding Wagon’s negotiations went on Shark Tank, let’s get a Wedding Wagon update to see how the company’s been doing since its original appearance on the show.

Research for our Wedding Wagon update revealed that the company is still operating in Las Vegas, but not a whole lot has changed since their appearance on the show. Wedding Wagon is estimated to be generating between $1 and $2 million per year in gross revenue.

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