Baby Loves Disco did not get an investment from the Sharks.
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Oooh - that's not fair! Using cute little munchkins, all shakin' their stuff on the floor of the Shark Tank?? You'd have to have a heart of stone to not want to keep that party going.
But these entrepreneurs paid the ultimate price by polutting their sales pitch with talk of sponsorships. Andy said it best when he literally said the words: "Honestly, we're making it up as we go along". Oops. Not the best attitude when you're in the Shark Tank.
The Sharks were impressed by how these guys came up with their own market and are growing from there, but the ultimate result was that no one wanted to dance with them.
Hopefully, the lack of investment from the Sharks doesn't mean that the party's over for those little munchkins, though.
Heather Murphy-Monteith & Andy Hurwitz