Speech to Text for Shark Tank Viewing Party
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medford business pitching their product that product is called the guzzle buddy. newswatch 12's andryanna sheppard shows us how the community got to watch the inventors pitch it to the sharks at a viewing party in central point. [a18]shark tank viewing party-ll pkg andryanna says: "you can barely take a step in here the room is full of people all showing their support for guzzle buddy and its inventors randy rothfus and jennifer sullivan. they all just saw them pitch this to the sharks on shark tank. you pop the guzzle buddy right onto the top of a wine bottle, beer bottle, or soda--and sip straight from the bottle. guzzle buddy co-inventors randy rothfus and jennifer sullivan say the journey began in 20-15 when sullivan was watching an old sitcom and saw a glass attached to a bottle. they did some research to see if something like it had already been done, and say they couldn't find anything. that's when they started making guzzle buddy prototypes. and in february 2016, rothfus and sullivan put it on amazon. since then, they've sold close to 80 thousand guzzle buddies. jennifer says: "we love it. we think its a great functional gift as well as useable." they say shark tank reached out to them last summer and the duo filmed their pitch in front of the sharks tonight, every here got to see that pitch for the first time. randy says: "it's probably the most excitingly nervouse thing you can do. just family and stuff so it will be great." today, they finally got to tell their friends that they accepted a deal from daymond john on shark tank. right now, they tell me they are still working to close the deal. jennifer says: "every step we've taken, we've done it together. randy says: 'it's been nuts" andryanna says: "the duo tell me the journey is far from over and they've learned so much over the last two years. now they're shifting gears to focusing on their brand. they tell me they are excited to be working with daymond john's team. in central point, andryanna sheppard, newswatch 12." medford police need your help finding