Considering the amount of money that the Angel and Tomboy Body Spray founders have made so far, it’s no wonder they are so confident in their product. They plan to take their effect to Shark Tank and are also considering investments. They’re targeting a specific demographic and have plans to expand.
Founded by 14-year-old Mallory Iyana and 10-year-old Madison Star, Angels and Tomboys is a body spray line for kids. They have products for different tastes and ages. They are made of all-natural ingredients. They also never test on animals. They sell lotions, sprays, perfumes, and washes. They have a variety of scents, including Cotton Candied Apples, Lemonade Doughnuts, Deep Fried Ice Cream, and Frozen Hot Chocolate.
According to its website, angels and Tomboys is a private company currently selling $59,000 worth of products. Its products are sold online and at trade shows. It hopes to expand its market to other parts of the world. They are also planning to open a physical store in Memphis, Tenn. This will be their first brick-and-mortar shop.
Angels and Tomboys were first featured on the eighth season of Shark Tank. They pitched their products and asked for $55,000 for 20 percent of the company. Mark Cuban, a Dallas Mavericks owner, was their investor. He offered more money.
Shark Tank is an ABC Network reality show that features entrepreneurs pitching merchandise. The show airs every Friday at 9 p.m. On Shark Tank, celebrities invest in a business, and the entrepreneurs pitch them. Previously, sharks have invested $87 million in various companies.
Before appearing on Shark Tank, Angels and Tomboys sold $50,000 worth of products. It was an eCommerce business, but after the show, they started selling merchandise at pop-up stores. They sold 20 items per day. They are preparing to open a brick-and-mortar shop in Memphis’ Binghampton neighborhood.
Mallory Iyana and Madison Star are sisters. They started their business four years ago. They wanted to create fun body care products for girls. They tried to make their brand stand out from the competition.
Founded by sisters Mallory and Madison Boyd, Angels and Tomboys is a small company that makes fun-scented natural body sprays. They sell their products online and through trade shows and pop-up shops. They are also planning on opening a physical retail store in the Binghampton neighborhood of Memphis, TN.
It was a good idea to sell a fun-scented body spray. The company has made some clever marketing moves. They also outsourced their manufacturing to a company called Professional Products Unlimited.
In the beginning, Angels and Tomboys was an eCommerce company. It sold about 20 items a day before appearing on Shark Tank. The company did well and secured a $60,000 investment deal from the sharks. It was also able to attract the attention of several distributors. The company has been featured in several news outlets, including CNN, Fox, and The Huffington Post. The company’s social media accounts are relatively limited. However, it does have a strong Twitter following.
The company should have taken home the top prize. However, they did get some exciting investments from Shark Tank moguls such as Daymond John and Robert Herjavec. Several distributors were interested in partnering with Angels and Tomboys. They also have a grand opening planned for their new brick-and-mortar store, located at 3078 Summer Avenue in Memphis. The grand opening will take place during the first week of June. The company also has plans to make a return visit to the show later this year.
The company also has a clever social media strategy, using hashtags to advertise its products. They also have an attractive company logo featuring two retail spaces in the same building.
Shark Tank appearance
Founders Mallory Iyana and Madison Star were just 12 and 10 years old when they appeared on the eighth season of Shark Tank. They wanted to bring a new beauty line to the market for girls based on fun-smelling fragrances.
The company is located in Memphis, Tennessee. The founders plan to expand their line of beauty products in the future. They currently offer body sprays and lotions. Their products come in various fun scents, including Deep Fried Ice Cream, Lemonade Doughnuts, and Rockin’ Blue Berry.
The Angel and Tomboys brand has been featured in several news outlets. Three African-American ladies operate the company. They began by selling products online. They later outsourced manufacturing to Atlanta-based Professional Products Unlimited. In 2018, Angel and Tomboys opened their first physical retail store in Memphis.
The lucky ladies of the tees are on their way from the aforementioned ol’ town to a far less frigid city, Memphis. The ladies above will announce their new and improved plans for a city near and dear to them shortly. While the grand central station will sadly be a thing of the past, the sisters above have set their sights on the town in the vicinity of the aforementioned ol’ town. This may be akin to the previous ol’ town, aka Memphis. Apologies to the neighbors, but a small town is a small town if you are in a hurry. If you are a fan of the old city or are interested in future and past lovers, you are welcome to stop by.