Storm Stoppers John Smith answers THE QUESTION


I recently spoke with John Smith, owner and inventor of Storm Stoppers, for a Shark Tank Blog interview. John's been trying to get on the show for three seasons and he made it onto the 100th show, episode 610.

We talked about his Shark Tank experience, his business, and his hopes for the future.

I had one very special question for him:

"Do you put ketchup on your hot dogs?"

His answer:

"I don't even know what ketchup is! As a Chicagoan, a true dog should be dragged through garden."

John and I will be collaborating on a NEW product: KETCHUP STOPPERS!

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Ashley Drake from Natural Grips answers THE QUESTION

I just interviewed Ashley Drake (that's her on the right) for the Shark Tank Blog. She's the co-owner and wife of the inventor of The Natural Grip, an athletic hand wrap that protects hands from getting ripped and shredded while working out.

She's also a Captain in the Army Corps of Engineers with 15 months of service in Iraq. She's appearing in Shark Tank episode 608 along with other military entrepreneurs.

We talked about her deployment, how she got into Crossfit training, how the Natural Grip got invented, and her Shark Tank appearance.

I also asked her THE QUESTION:

"Do you put ketchup on your hot dogs?"

Her answer:

"Yes. Yes I do."

Service record aside, Ashley really needs to GET A GRIP!

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Kimberly Aya from FunCakes Rental answers THE QUESTION

Shark Tank Blog Contest winner and entrepreneur Kimberly Aya is set to appear in Shark Tank Episode 606 where she'll pitch her cake rental business, Fun Cakes. I spoke with Kimberly prior to the show for a Shark Tank Blog interview.

We talked about her background, the AMAZING way she got picked for the show, what else she has planned for the future, and her experiences in the Shark Tank.

As always, I asked Kimberly THE QUESTION:

"Do you put ketchup on your hot dogs?"

Her answer:

"I'm a vegetarian, so no. Before I was a vegetarian, I did. BUT I lived in Europe; over there they have regular ketchup and spicy ketchup - I used the spicy stuff."

Hmmmm. Maybe Kimberly should try fondant on a veggie dog!

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