Pitches include a teenager with an app to stop cyberbullying; two men from New Jersey and their ingenious at-home beer dispenser; and Pittsburgh Steelers star Antonio Brown touts the benefits of personalized shoe slides.
A man from Reno, Nevada pitches a line of heat and eat paleo meals; a father and son from Louisiana show off a high-tech device for catching fish; and an entrepreneur from Miami, Florida sells the Sharks on how he can turn a suit jacket into a tuxedo.
Cookie legend Wally Amos hopes his new brand of cookies duplicates his past success; two sisters from St. Cloud, Florida, share an emotional story while pitching their swimsuits for moms; two men from Broomfield, Colorado, drop their own cell phone into a toilet to prove their invention can save damaged tech devices; and a bidding war ensues among the Sharks with a married couple from Orlando, Florida, who stumbled upon the bright idea to put safety light clips on running shoes.
Two sisters from Memphis, Tennessee pitch body sprays and lotions for tween and teen girls; a third-generation chocolatier from St. Augustine, Florida has a family business that manufactures chocolate candy with a toy inside; a veteran food entrepreneur from Austin, Texas has a device that turns a stick of butter into spray; and two entrepreneurs from New York plug their invention that makes high heels more functional and comfortable.
A mom from Milwaukee, Oregon, has a stylish clothing line for little ones; an 18-year-old from Canton, New York, hopes the Sharks can help spread his maple syrup products to tables across America; a woman from Houston, Texas, risks everything for her multi-use kitchen accessory; and a young man from Milwaukee, Oregon, creates a new type of tags for dog lovers.
Business partners from Carrollton, TX, pitch a business that delivers an unusual twist to a common vegetable; a Shark loves the taste of a unique barbeque sauce inspired by the mother of two sisters from Philadelphia, PA; two millennial entrepreneurs have an idea to alleviate the hassle of luggage and packing when travelling; and a biochemist from Chapel Hill, NC, can make the invisible visible with a device ensuring one is always protected from the sun.
Two men from Sausalito, California, pitch a technology to test mercury levels in a piece of fish; a former corporate executive from Houston, Texas, has a platform to help people pursue their passions and brings in World Cup soccer winner Kristine Lilly and extreme sports expert Travis Brewer to convince them; and a millennial from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is looking to finance her fashion brand geared toward the social media generation.
A Dallas, Texas, real-estate broker's pitch leads to a battle of billionaires about his business model for a technology that makes house hunting more convenient; an impressive 10-year-old kidpreneur from Broomfield, Colorado, creates a lemonade-stand business to help other kids start their own businesses; and a mother from Allen, Texas, designs Made in America multi-functional covers for infant car seats.
An entrepreneurial couple from San Francisco ply the Sharks with adorable puppies in hopes of getting them to invest in their subscription service for puppy products; a woman from Boston is passionate about popularizing algae as a nutritional health supplement in America; and an avid fisherman from Hudson, Wisconsin, peddles his fishing line cutting tool.
Pitches include an entrepreneurial single mom who works with Santa Claus to ensure he personally replies to the letters he receives; an 83-year-old Ironman triathlon competitor from Malibu, California, and his millennial-aged business partner from Sandy, Utah, invent a more functional winter glove; and two men from Glendale Heights, Illinois, aim to make gift-giving more personalized.
A couple from Homestead, Florida, create a line of dolls; a cat-loving couple from Portland, Oregon, pitch their innovative cat companion products; a husband and wife team from New York have an online shop for replacing men's outworn undergarments; and a former Navy SEAL from Austin, Texas, looks for a deal to take his coffee business nationwide.
A single mom from Texas, believes her eco-friendly grease disposal method will be enough to cook up a deal; a 21-year-old from Ukraine and now living in New York, makes the Sharks speechless with his epic display of block toys and his knowledge about the toy industry; a mother from Pennsylvania, zealously pitches her stylish apparel for breastfeeding moms; and a yoga enthusiast from New York, admits she has limited fashion or business experience, yet hopes the Sharks will want to invest in her modern take on legwarmers.
Entrepreneurs from Massachusetts rent tiny houses in the woods where people can unplug, recharge, and rebalance their lives; former Harvard University classmates hope the Sharks agree that snack chips made with cricket flour are the future; a concertgoer from Minnesota pitches earplugs that filter out damaging levels of sound; and a Texas couple creates a modern version of a favorite childhood toy.
A professional body builder from Henderson, Nevada, demonstrates a unique cooler that keeps multiple drinks separated inside one cold container; a mom from West Hartford, Connecticut, pitches her stylish version of baby mats; two surfers from Carlsbad, California, shop their portable pressurized shower kit; and an entrepreneur from Hermosa Beach, California, looks for an investor in his specialty folding smart cart business.
A firefighter and his wife create bags made from gear that protects on the front lines of firefighting; a pediatric nurse from Boston showcases a vibrating mat that can calm a crying baby in seconds; a former Army intelligence officer and his business partner from Portsmouth, Ohio, heal wounds with an ointment made from essential oils; and a Peace Corps volunteer who spent time in the Amazon rain forest produces a natural fruit snack made with acai.
Two former Google employees show off a subscription service that teaches kids how to code; a woman from New York designs an app where children can use an animal plush toy to send and receive voice mails; a self-proclaimed serial plant killer takes the guesswork out of growing indoor plants with software that automates water, light and plant food; and two men change a dynamic of the hotel industry with an app and website that allows customers to book a day room.