Our Shark Tank Experience

Our experience in the tank was three years in the making. On Sunday, November 3rd we took a swim with the sharks, and it was a once in a lifetime experience.

Our experience in the tank was three years in the making. On Sunday, November 3rd we took a swim with the sharks, and it was a once in a lifetime experience. Missed the episode? Stream it now on ABC.

 


Patrick first applied during a Dallas Casting Call in January 2017, fresh off of submitting his two weeks notice at his aerospace job. While he was able to go far in the application process, he was eventually rejected from appearing on Season 9 of ABC's Shark Tank.

To see his full casting call experience, check out the blog he wrote "A Small Fish in a Big Shark Tank".


Two years later, Supply had grown leaps and bounds. We had both left our careers to pursue our startup full-time: Patrick left aerospace engineering, and I left my career as a public high school math teacher. We were all in.

We sent in our reapplication for the show on a whim, knowing the deadline was quickly approaching. When we heard from casting that they wanted to take us forward in the application process, we were stunned. 


If you've watched our episode, you know we had a great time in the tank. From the producers to the backstage staff and the sharks themselves, every single person we met was incredibly kind and supportive. We went into the tank with Robert as one of the sharks we were hoping to do a deal with. His excitement about our product and brand meant the world!

It was so special to share this entire experience as a husband and wife team. After four years of hard work, long days, working weekends, and a rollercoaster of emotions, getting to appear on ABC's Shark Tank is an experience we will always cherish and never forget.

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