Spy Escape and Evasion got an investment from Daymond John
1. A training course to learn the secrets of privacy, security, and evasion.
2. Jason will do a two-day course with you where you learn the skills he learned as a CIA Officer.
3. At the end of the course, you'll put that know-how to the test with a specially devised set of missions you must complete using your new-found knowledge.
I'm never quite sure how to feel about these event-based companies (like Ten Thirty One Productions). On the one hand, the Spy Escape and Evasion event has a lot of appeal - who doesn't want to run around picking locks and evading pursuers. On the other hand, it's not like you can create these events in a factory and ship them out to the world - you're limited as an entrepreneur by the constraints on how your event is setup. In this case, how many people can Jason really cater to with his business if it's just him?
I suppose that's where he got the idea for the Escape and Evasion Ranch in Cedar City, Utah. Having 300-something acres available to evasive driving courses and obstacle courses would allow him to bring in more people and, presumably, hire more professionals to help run the workshops.
The Sharks DID NOT LIKE that idea. I had to put that in all caps, because they REALLY did not like that idea. I think it makes sense, but as I've said a million times before, THAT'S why I'm not a Shark.