“Shark Tank’s” Barbara Corcoran has made a career out of helping other entrepreneurs turn their dream products into bona fide businesses, and this time, she’s hearing pitches from three contestants who are part of OnDeck’s Seal of Approval contest. One business will win $10,000 plus personal coaching from Corcoran to help them take their business to the next level! Read on for the scoop on each contestant and watch the video above to hear them each tell their story—and see who won!
Deen recently converted his 75-year-old sweet cidery into a hard cidery and winery on his family farm. What’s unique about their refreshing cider is they’re all named after different types of baseball pitches, and according to the judges, it’s delicious!
Paul, Rachelle, and Beau Baron: Beau and Belle Littles of Loveland, Colorado
This family is on a mission to save landfills by having an alternative option to disposable swim diapers. These swim diapers are reusable and adjustable from three months all the way through three years. They have a waterproof outer shell, and a soft lining with elastic along the waist and legs to ensure no unfortunate accidents ruin your day.
Andrew Buerger: B’more Organic of Baltimore, Maryland
Buerger’s father died of heart disease a few years ago at the age of 58 and sugar was one of the sources of his heart disease. Because of this, Buerger went on a mission to find a source of lean protein without sugar -- and then B’more Organic was born.
Barbara Corcoran is a paid spokesperson for OnDeck Capital, Inc.®
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