About Fairytale Wishes
Debbie Glickman created a line of magic aromatherapy sprays to ensure your child has suite dreams. Fairytale Wishes is her line of sprays to keep the monsters away.
Each bottle costs $2.16 to make, and she sells the 4oz bottle for $5.99. FairyTale Wishes had $5,500 in sales during the last year. Bed, Bath and Beyond tested in their stores and ordered three times, until they moved it to the back of the store.
Fairytale Wishes Episode Data
- Company: Fairytale Wishes – Website
- Entrepreneurs: Debbie Glickman
- Ask: $35,000 for 33% equity
- Episode Season 5 Episode 503
- Companies in this episode:
- Fairytale Wishes
- Kook n' Kap
- Rapid Ramen
- Echo Valley Meats – Featured Update
- First Aired: 10/04/2013
- Deal: No Deal
What do the Shark Tank Investors say about Fairytale Wishes?
- Mark Cuban – doesn't think she has a firm grasp on all the pieces. Mark suggests she get someone else to sell it for her. He is out.
- Barbara Corcoran – thinks the greatest feedback is sales, and you don't have any. She sprayed the Fairytale wishes on Kevin, and then replies, “It doesn't work on him!” Barbara thinks she should have one spray, and Barbara does not want to take the ride with her, she is out.
- Kevin O'Leary – says you don't have a business, you have a hobby. Take it and put it under the bed and let the monster eat it. He is out.
- Lori Griener – loves the creativity, but she needs some help with certain areas. Lori doesn't agree that she needs to go down to one bottle, but the problem is she hasn't tried hard enough to make her dream come true. She is out.
- Robert Herjavec – says don't tell me you can't pick up the phone and call the Disney. You have to have a timeline, and you don't have that. He is out.
Fairytale Wishes after Shark Tank
Debbie Glickman is correct in that she is not going to stop. FairyTale Wishes website is still live and selling. The website needs major renovations and updates, specifically the shopping cart as it only pushes one product at a time. Fairytale wishes is not available on Amazon, which could be an additional source of revenue for the company and holding it to small business status. There is nothing about Debbie approaching Disney with her product.