Extreme Sandbox Shark Tank Pitch
Extreme Sandbox is the place for the Adult Kids to play in a sandbox made for them. They have full size construction equipments and heavy equipment company. Drive a bulldozer, excavator or other machines that adults can play with.
The company has done a million dollars in four years. They are on track to do $500,000 in the current pitch year and is located outside of Minneapolis. They lease the equipment allowing them to get high end equipment on a five year lease. He has 10 Acres of land.
Extreme Sandbox has never had an accident, and Mark Cuban tells Randy that he has land in Dallas for a new location. Randy was a police officer previously before starting his company.
He wants to franchise locations and that thirty percent of the business could be done in a central location.
Extreme Sandbox Episode Data
- Company: Extreme Sandbox – Website
- Entrepreneur: Randy Singer
- Ask: $150,000 for 15% equity
- Episode Season 7 Episode 712
- Companies in this episode:
- Extreme Sandbox
- ABS Pancakes
- Total Tie Keep
- Cousins Main Lobster – Featured Update
- First Aired: 01/05/2016
- Deal: Deal Mark Cuban and Kevin O'Leary for $150,000 for 20% equity
What do the Shark Tank Investors say about Extreme Sandbox?
- Mark Cuban – likes this idea and he has land. He is wanting to come in half on Kevin's deal at 20% equity. Kevin agrees with doing the deal with Mark.
- Daymond John – watched a construction site for about three hours. He gets the appeal but he doesn't think he could add value. Daymond is out.
- Kevin O'Leary – says he doesn't have one of these in his portfolio, and he offers $150,000 for 20%. Kevin wants him to open one near Boston.
- Lori Greiner – thinks people will love to have the experience, but she is not sure how he scales this business. She is out.
- Robert Herjavec – thinks the problem is scale, and he doesn't like the fact that he isn't opening up four of them. He is out.
Extreme Sandbox after Shark Tank
Extreme Sandbox appears on a Shark Tank Update and the company received sponsorship from a heavy equipment manufacturer. The deal had not completed before the episode aired, and was still in negotiations. The company does not appear on Mark Cuban's list of Shark Tank Companies.