The struggle of trying to stuff a pizza box in your fridge is a thing of the past, the Pizza Pack perfectly stores slices of pizza in a compact, air-tight container that collapses and expands to maximize your fridge space.
SPACE SAVER – Each pizza container collapses and expands to accommodate the number of pizza slices you have. Perfect for storing leftover pizza without a pizza box taking up the whole shelf!
PIZZA SAVER – If you don’t think pizza tastes better the next day, then you haven’t been storing it properly. Our snap-on airtight lids create a vacuum seal that will keep your pizza slices fresher longer! Each pizza pack container features an optional air vent to reduce condensation and prevent you from experiencing the dreaded Soggy Slice Syndrome.
PERFECT PIZZA PLATES – Each pizza slice box comes with 5 microwavable divider trays that not only keep your slices from sticking together while being stored, but double as pizza plates when you want to reheat a single slice.
ONE SIZE FITS ALL – Well…almost. The pizza pack fits slices from any pizzas up to 18in. If New York slices are your thing, you can always trim down a side for that perfect fit!
SAFE & DURABLE – Our reusable pizza boxes are made with non-toxic, BPA free, food-grade silicone which is odorless, leak-proof, and non-stick. They are also microwave, freezer, and dishwasher safe.
Pizza Pack in the Shark Tank
|Shark Tank Air Date||09/23/2022|
|Season||Season 14 Episode 1|
|Pitch||$100,000 for 10% equity|
|On-air Deal*||$100,000 for 13% equity|
Entrepreneur Tate Koenig entered the Shark Tank seeking an investment of $100,000 in return for a 10% equity stake in his business, Pizza Pack.
The proposition piqued the interest of the Sharks, leading to a series of strategic offers and negotiations. Kevin O’Leary extended an offer, proposing a $100,000 investment in exchange for a 10% equity stake, along with a royalty arrangement of $1 per unit until recouping his initial investment, thereafter reducing to 50 cents in perpetuity.
Lori Greiner entered negotiations with an offer of $100,000 for a slightly higher 15% equity stake.
Mark Cuban expressed a desire to acquire the entire company from Koenig and take 100% ownership, something very rare in Shark Tank. Surprisingly, Tate was open to selling his entire business but only at a huge markup of $5 million, a 5x multiple on the valuation he originally proposed.
Mark countered with a more modest $1.5 million proposal, which was still a higher valuation than Koenig had pitched. However, Tate remained resolute in his position, declining the offer.
Barbara Corcoran and Robert Herjavec ultimately chose to step aside.
After further negotiation, Tate Koenig secured a favorable deal with Lori Greiner, agreeing to part with 13% equity in exchange for his sought-after $100,000 investment.