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BagBowl – Zip Storage Bag Bowl on Shark Tank

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Season 4, Episode 4

BagBowl website
BagBowl on Twitter
BagBowl on Facebook

People: Brian and Kevin Fleming

Original Offer to the Sharks: Coming soon

BagBowl, invented by brothers Brian and Kevin Fleming from Kansas City, MO, turns any zip storage bag into a bowl. It looks incredibly easy to use (because it is), and works for multiple sizes of ziplock bags. I’m a big fan of the kind of products that have mass appeal, and my guess is that proving the market will be top of mind for the Sharks. If the brothers can establish sales, the Sharks might have an easy time investing. If not, it could go the other way.

The BagBowl, according to the website, is perfect for picnics, potlucks or tailgates. Seems a lot easier to clean up than Pyrex or Tupperware, but I wonder how “green” this product is, too. The BagBowl itself is reusable, so that could be the answer.

So, will the Sharks convert BagBowl into an investment? Stay tuned!

Spoiler Alert – Below Video

“So it’s pre-order, pre-revenue, pre-does anybody want it.” – Kevin O’Leary

“Just for calling me ‘Cubes’ I’m out.” – Mark Cuban

“It’s easy.” – Lori Greiner

Did BagBowl make a deal on Shark Tank? YES

The Deal: $40,000 for 33% Stake

Investors:

Lori Greiner

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Andrew, a Chicago-based web professional and entrepreneur, has owned and operated InTheSharkTank since 2011. Some of his favorite past Shark Tank business pitches include UniKey, Lollacup, Daisy Cakes, and Pork Barrel BBQ. When he's not busy running the website or live-tweeting, Andrew actively pursues disappointment by following the Chicago Cubs, Bears, and Bulls. Google+

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