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Shark Tank Season 10 Episode 15: Moink, ToyBox & More

episode 1015Jamie Siminoff returns as a guest Shark for the second time in Shark Tank episode 1015. He offers a unique perspective as he’s the first Shark who actually appeared as an entrepreneur on the show. Together with Mark, Kevin, Lori and Daymond, he’ll evaluate four new businesses seeking a Shark’s cash and connections.

Lucinda Cramsey seeks an investment in Moink, her monthly subscription box that sells ethically sourced and humanely raised beef, pork, chicken and fish from small family farms across the midwest. Roger Anderson has an ingenious way to battle the onslaught of annoying telemarketing calls with his Jolly Roger Telephone Company. Jen Chin and Ben Baltes pitch ToyBox, their 3D printer for kids that lets them print their own toys. Tanya Van Court introduces GoalSetter, her financial platform that teaches kids to set and save for financial goals.

Which business gets a first investment from the Sharks?

In season 4, Barbara invested $55K for 15% of Cousins Maine Lobster. At the time, they had one food truck selling lobster rolls and some big plans. Since then, they’ve begun shipping lobster nationwide and they now have 22 trucks and 8 brick and mortar locations nationwide. Their success and growth is largely due to a robust franchising operation which we’ll hear about in tonight’s update segment.

There are 28 Shark Tank Episodes for Season 10. This season features more appearances by “guest Sharks,” including billionaire and former Shark Tank entrepreneur, Jamie Siminoff. The 200th episode also airs this season. Casting is currently closed, but it never hurts to get a head start on season ten! If you would like to appear on the show, check out our Auditions and Casting information.

Episode 1015 – The Shark Investors and Entrepreneurs

The Shark Tank Episode 1015 entrepreneurs will make their best pitch to the panel of five Shark investors who will use their own money if they choose to invest. The Shark Investors negotiate on the spot without any previous information, which differs from typical negotiations between venture capital investors and entrepreneurial start-ups.

Companies pitching the Shark Investors must go through a rigorous due diligence process before an on-air deal is completed. Shark Tank Blog follow ups help you keep track of the companies that end up successful and the ones that don’t complete their deal.

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Episode 1015 Press Release

Shark Tank: Episode 1015 (3/10)


“Episode 1015” – First into the Tank are entrepreneurs from Arcadia and Folsom, California, who have a solution to fight back against bothersome telemarketers and scammers. Entrepreneurs from Oakland, California, present their easy-to-use 3D printer for kids to design and print their own toys, while an entrepreneur from New York, New York, pitches her savings and gifting online platform to help kids learn to save. Last into the Tank is an entrepreneur from Labelle, Missouri, who familiarizes the Sharks with her ethical and customizable meat box subscription delivery service on “Shark Tank,” SUNDAY, MARCH 10 (10:01-11:00 p.m. EDT), on The ABC Television Network, streaming and on demand.

In a “Shark Tank” update, entrepreneurs, Jim Tselikis and Sabin Lomac from West Hollywood, California, update their investor, Barbara Corcoran, on Cousins Main Lobster, a food truck providing delicious, fresh Maine lobster rolls to the greater Los Angeles area.

The Sharks in this episode are Mark Cuban, Kevin O’Leary, Lori Greiner, Daymond John and Guest Shark Jamie Siminoff.