As Seen on Shark Tank. Tracie is a pharmaceutical sales rep who started working on SockTabs in 2013 after suffering a brain aneurysm and an 11 hour brain surgery.
Kevin has problem — Tracy is part-time in the business and doesn't think she can make the sacrifice of leaving her sales job. Shark Tank Blog is an opinion blog.
Will a Shark invest and keep tabs on the SockTabs business? Lori says there are other companies that sell similar products; she has a conflict with another business and she goes out.
BUY Now. Daymond says the Bombas guys would kill him: They accept! SharkTankBlog Notice: Get Drop Stop. The tabs can be worn on one sock, so when you go to take them off, you immediately tab them together so they won't get separated.
After the three Sharks go out, she tells the story of her brain aneurism and she assures the Sharks that God brought her back stronger and more feisty than ever. After appearing on the show, the couple appeared live on HSN, Daymond's shopping network partner.
The Burresses likely want a Shark to help with increased production and to get into national retailers. Then, they show how the tabs work and hand out samples which the Sharks put on.
Robert says Tracy is the reason for their success, but he's out too. The product is readily available on Amazon , too. Where's the other Sock? They also began targeting Chicago area Bed Bath and Beyond stores and were able to get shelf space in a half a dozen stores. After a break, Mark says he doesn't want to be in the sock tabs business.
Burress also hopes to market them as a fashion accessory: Glen is a Pediatric Gastroneurologist and assistant professor of pediatrics at the University of Illinois Medical School. They claim SockTabs eliminate the worst part of doing laundry. Views expressed on this blog are solely owned by the author individually and not that of Shark Tank Blog or principles of Shark Tank Blog.
She opened the doors to her business in November, 2014. This proximity to socks undoubtedly inspired the creation of Sock Tabs , a small tab that fastens socks together when you put them in the washer and dryer, ensuring they won't become orphan socks.