RuckPack Combat Nutrition is a professor at the United States Naval Academy. He created a product for Marine Spec Ops allowing them to carry nutrition in a small package.
He is pitching his RuckPack Combat Nutrition Shot in Shark Tank Season 4. The energy shots boost you up and bring you down in a crash. He with a team of Marines created a bottle of energy that is not caffeine based.
RuckPack Combat Nutrition will help everyone win their battles. Rob tells the audience that this product is good enough for the Marines and that means it is good enough for everyone.
RuckPack is everything you need
The Ruckpack is what you carry with everything you need, but nothing else. The product is like a daily vitamin that is healthy and good for you.
Rob Dyer was in Special Forces. He is an accounting professor and then works RuckPack Combat Nutrition at night.
Rob's cost is $.85 with $2.19 online, and direct is $1.85. He has no inventory today, and he sells out the entire order. The company has sixteen total owners with eighty percent military owned. The total invested is $240,000 with Rob putting up $90,000. He has cash on hand to cover the eighty thousand units. He has prepurchased inventory.
The $75,0000 is going to pay for additional inventory helping him to keep from a backlog.
Ruckpack Combat Nutrition Episode Statistics
Company: Ruckpack Combat Nutrition
Entrepreneurs: Rob Dyer
Ask: $ 75,000 for 10% equity
Companies in this episode: Nearly Newlywed, Corks Away, Tie Try, and Ruckpack Combat Nutrition
Season 4 Episode 410
Sharks: Mark Cuban, Daymond John, Kevin O'Leary, Barbara Corcoran, Robert Herjavec
First Aired: 11/15/2012
Deal: Robert Herjavec and Kevin O'Leary $150,000 for 20% equity.
What do the Shark Tank Investors say about Ruckpack Combat Nutrition?
Mark Cuban loves the business, but he only gets half of Rob, and unfortunately, the company needs him fulltime so, for that reason, he is out.
Daymond John invested in other energy products that would compete against RuckPack combat Nutrition. He is out.
Kevin O'Leary will give Rob precisely what he wants, for $75,000 in exchange for 10% equity.
Barbara Corcoran tells Rob he is a younger model of her husband, and she thinks she is going to trade him in instead. She doesn't like how much equity he is giving up so; she is out.
Robert Herjavec says Marines always find a way, so he is not bothered by the hours he is working. He thinks Rob needs more cash, so he offers to partner with Kevin at $150,000 for 20% equity. He takes the deal.