Successful Entrepreneurs to Return to ABC's SHARK TANK With New Venture
Krumins was first seen on Shark Tank in Season 1 when she pitched her prototype, the AVA the Elephant Talking Medicine Dispenser, to the Sharks. Shark Barbara Corcoran invested in Krumins and her prototype because she saw the Atlanta-based mom's passion for creating tools to help children and parents whose kids are sick.
"Shark Tank and my partnership with Barbara Corcoran helped turn my dream of helping children into a reality," says Krumins. "Without Shark Tank, there would be no AVA the Elephant Talking Medicine Dispenser, or my latest product, the AVA the Elephant Thermometer Sticker."
While Krumins and Rescate are thankful the Sharks saw potential in both of their products, they acknowledge that the reality TV show's format isn't necessarily the best path for every entrepreneur.
"Turning 15 minutes of fame into long-term growth is hard work," says Krumins. "To keep the momentum going after the cameras have stopped, you have to work around the clock."
"But if you can survive what happens in the Tank, the potential to thrive as an entrepreneur is unlimited," Rescate adds. "What more could we ask for?"
About Rebecca Rescate, CitiKitty Inc.
Rebecca Rescate is the President and Founder of CitiKitty Inc. and Co-Founder of HoodiePillow Inc.. Rebecca created the patented CitiKitty Toilet Training Kit in 2005 to help cat owners live life without a dirty litter box. CitiKitty and HoodiePillow ship worldwide. For more information or to schedule an interview with Rebecca Rescate please contact (215) 310-5420 or info(at)citikitty(dot)com.
About Tiffany Krumins, Elephant Lady LLC.
Tiffany Krumins is the CEO, Co-founder and inventor of the AVA the Elephant brand. AVA the Elephant Talking Medicine Dispenser takes the fear and anxiety out of administering medicine to children. Tiffany's passion has driven her to create more AVA products for helping sick children. AVA the Elephant products are available worldwide.