California, Los Angeles Two businesspeople from Stark County are giving their goods a “shark” pitch. The Turbo Trusser is a stainless steel tool that makes trussing chicken quick and easy, Its inventors, Kirk Hyust and Brian Halasinski, are hoping to get it a success on shark tank turbo trusser.
What is Turbo Trusser?
In the United States, 80 million turkeys are eaten only for Easter, Christmas, and Thanksgiving. Wrestling the birds into surrender, breast side up is the first step in trusting them.
Next, the thread is wrapped around the neck bone, beneath the wings, and securely below the breastplate.
That is to say; you bind the tom or hen into a little bundle while the birds struggle to free themselves from your hands.
Kirk Hyust and Brian Halasinski have discovered a practical solution. The Turbo Trusser – “Just Hook It and Cook It“, is a smart tool for trussing chickens and turkeys with minimal effort and maximum speed and efficiency.
Turbo Trusser Before Shark Tank.
Their LinkedIn profiles show Brian and Kirk established Turbo Trusser LLC in 2021. Their goal was to perfect the art of trussing poultry like chicken and turkey.
They became fast friends as young businessmen in the Rust Belt of Ohio. This product’s conception and production take place in Northeast Ohio.
They got the product online when it was finished; at first, it was only available to customers in the US. They started with a $10,000 investment and a $100,000 profit after selling 10,000 units.
During the first few months of 2021, they were able to sell $50,000 worth of their merchandise after applying to an internet show. Within the first three months after releasing his product, Brian reportedly made $65,000.
Entrepreneurs Brian and Kirk have applied to Shark Tank twice; the first time, they were rejected. These business owners want to increase product demand by appearing on “Shark Tank.”
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Turbo Trusser Company gained Kevin as a mentor and investor. With Kevin’s help, company owners are going to expand their business. The year 2022 will mark one year after the launch of this poorly-selling business.
Another Shark Tank Pitch:
Turbo trusser shark tank update
|Company Name||Turbo Trusser|
|Founder||Brian Halasinski and Kirk Hyust|
|Product||Rapid trussing tool Turbo Trusser|
|Asked For||$100K for a 10% equity|
|Final Deal||$100K for a 33% equity with a royalty of $1 per unit in perpetuity|
|Turbo trusser shark tank Episode||S14 E2|
|Shark tank turbo trusser Air Date||Sep 30, 2022|
|Business Status||In Business|
|Headquarters||Canton, Ohio, US|
|Turbo trusser Worth||$3.1M *estimated|
|Turbo trusser Instagram||View Profile|
|Go To Amazon||View Product|
|Watch on||Amazon Prime|
Turbo Trusser After Shark Tank
The Turbo Trusser is successful already, but having it appear on the show will increase its popularity and, ultimately, its sales.
80 stores in the United States and Canada currently stock the product, in addition to online retailers like Amazon and TurboTrusser.
Retailers in the area stock it, including Mister Brisket in Cleveland Heights and Ace Hardware in Kent and Akron. Germany, Chile, Australia, and the United Kingdom are just some countries outside of the United States placing orders for the product.
There are now 73 reviews of Turbo Trusser on Amazon, with an average rating of 4.3 stars.
Turbo Trusser is valued at $1 million, with yearly sales of roughly $100,000. Royalty payments of $1 per unit will have a detrimental effect on their cash flow in the long run if their deal with Kevin O’Leary goes through. If the founders had been smart, they would have dropped the royalty after Kevin got his money back.
Did they make a deal?
The first shark to be eliminated was Robert Herjavec. One of the original members said, “Don’t chicken out.” They wanted to get 10% for $100,000. Kevin O’Leary has offered $100,000 in exchange for a 33% equity and a $1 per unit royalty. They made a deal.
The Turbo Trusser is an efficient tool for trussing birds before roasting. The company’s founders appeared on Shark Tank seeking a $100,000 investment in return for a 10% equity in the company at a $1 million valuation.
Turbo Trusser net worth is $3.1M.
Turbo Trusser was founded by two guys named Kirk Hyust and Brian Halasinski out of Canton, Ohio.
Turbo Trusser has received funding from Kevin “Mr. Wonderful” O’Leary. His $100,000 investment earned him 33% of the company, or 23% more than the founders had originally asked for.
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