Shark Tank Knits Together Some Bearded Hat Fun (VIDEO)
A Christmas-decorating aficionado from Grand Haven, Michigan has a high-tech way to deck the halls with his animated glow balls and synchronized musical trees; a Los Angeles entrepreneur has whimsical knit hats, complete with detachable facemask, transforming wearers into santas, vikings, trolls and other characters; two Harvard grads from Boston, Massachusetts have a line of ornate, pop-up greeting cards for all occasions; and two women from Philadelphia, PA demonstrate their all-natural deodorant made from activated charcoal. Plus, Daymond John gives a workshop to the principals of four of his companies – Bombas Socks, Sunstaches, Myself Belts and Cozy Bugs – and brings out chef Rocco DiSpirito to provide some delicious inspiration on “Shark Tank,” FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11 (9:00-10:01 p.m., EST) on the ABC Television Network. (ABC/Michael Desmond)
Will things be jolly on Shark Tank, when Beard Head stops by hoping to stir up a "perfect storm of success"?
On the fall finale, Beard Head founder David Stankunas aims to impress the sharks with his quirky knitwear hat business, considered "the largest bearded headwear brand in the world." He hands out samples of knitted Santa hats and knight helmets to an amused and enthusiastic crowd.
But one potential obstacle looms: shark Robert Herjavec points out, "Haven't I seen this before?"
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Whether Beard Head will be rewarded is yet to be seen, but other ideas that will be considered on the fall finale include: high-tech Christmas decorations (think synchronized musical trees), pop-up greeting cards, and all-natural deodorant created from activated charcoal.
Watch this exclusive clip as David explains what makes Beard Head completely original while the sharks also grill him about some numbers.
Shark Tank, Fall finale, Friday, Dec. 10, 9/8c, ABC
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