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How I Prepared To Pitch on 'Shark Tank' And Nailed It

“You’ve got a feeding frenzy for your Brazilian bites,” Robert Herjavec said on the air as my co-founder and I were asked to hurry up and choose one of the three offers we had just received on Shark Tank. Three offers as well as raves about our product. And none of it was luck. Well, that’s not exactly true.
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