Schulzies Bread Pudding did not get an investment from the Sharks.
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1. Rich, creamy bread pudding.
2. Instead of selling it frozen or in a grocery store, Schultzie's is sold fresh out of a store-front.
Listen, I'm sure Schultzie's Bread Pudding really is THAT good, but c'mon. Does anyone think opening a storefront that ONLY sells bread pudding is a home run idea for a Shark to invest in?
That aside, I can't decide whether I like Sarah or not. She seems really driven, but perhaps a little blinded by her optimism, drive, and emotional attachment to her brand.
The Sharks don't seem too keen on her business model. Rather, they seem bothered by her LACK of a business model. They suggest that she needs a more solid way to construct and communicate her vision, as well as a partner who can balance her blue-sky optimism.
No deal for Schultzie's, but I think I'll look her up if I'm ever in San Francisco. It could be a real treat.