Eggmazing entered the Shark Tank with their gadget that twists, enabling you to enrich Easter eggs with markers.
We talked with Scott Houdashell and Curtis McGill who propelled the organization in March of 2017. Around then, creation was 10,000 units, which they sold in 23 days. They increased creation during the current year to 250,000.
You can discover them on Amazon, at Target and more than 800 other block and mortars. Concerning their egg-refering to future, one year from now, they are planning a global promoting plan. Furthermore, they are dealing with their most up to date item, Treemendous Ornament Decorator.
This is what else they outlined for us…
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How the Idea Was Hatched
Scott: The idea came while decorating with family and friends during Easter of 2015. We were all in the kitchen making a mess with the traditional vinegar and dyes. With a borrowed electric screwdriver, hot glue stick and a spoon, the first Eggmazing was born.
The 1st Prototype
Scott: The first prototype was built with wood and spare parts laying around my workshop. From start to finish, approximately eight prototypes were built. Over 1,000 hours were spent with research and development.
Egg-perience With Kickstarter
Scott: We weren’t really sure what to egg-spect with our Kickstarter campaign. It was our first one. Our campaign was a successful and helped raised funds to move forward with packaging design, but launching an Easter product before Christmas showed to be a struggle with it going viral.
Advice to Future ‘Tank’ Contestants
Scott: My advice to future contestants Is don’t hold back when you have your chance. This is your one chance to convince the Sharks to believe in you and your product/idea. Oh and know your numbers!
Nerves in the ‘Tank’
Curtis: I did have some nerves before walking into the Tank. One thing’s for sure, the Sharks are real people and they take a true interest in why you’re there and how they can or can’t help you.