Shark Tank Slippers by Happy Feet for men and women, including Snooki styles
Adam Rifkin stashed this in Shark Tank
As seen on Shark Tank, these slippers retail for $25-30 a pair and are super comfortable.
They have a lot more than just animal and Snooki style slippers: http://www.usahappyfeet.com/
I think these purple ones are rad!
And they have pandas!
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It looks like these Happy Feet Fuzzy Slippers invented by Pat Yates, from Louisville, Kentuckyhas been on the market since 1996 mostly selling in Mall Kiosks. An 18 year old business may seem like an eternity as far as the Sharks are concerned, but once they try on a pair of these colorful overgrown slippers, they're sure to have Very Happy Feet a lot of customers reviews say it's like walking on pillows.
Another positive Happy Feet Slippers has going for them is the sheer number of products already for sale. There's over 450 versions of the Happy Feet Slippers on Amazon alone which just might be a new Shark Tank Record for the biggest selection of products already sold online.
Until recently,(or at least before this Episode 519 of the Shark Tank airs) the majority of sales still come from Mall Kiosks set-up around the country and run by entrepreneurs who are taking advantage of this unique business opportunity helping everyone have Happy Feet. It also looks like Pat Yates, and the Happy Feet Slippers have already profited from being seen on a Reality TV Show.
The highest paid actress on the Jersey Shore Show on MTV, Nichole Polizi, AKA Snooki, liked her overgrown colorful slippers so much, she stared wearing them during the Show. Pat got ahold of Snooki first to thank her for all the great free publicity she was giving Happy Feet, then to see if she might be interested in designing her own line of plush animal slippers. Snooki gladly accepted Yates offer, and now has incorporated her footwear designs into a growing list of products for her own Brand. How much does it cost to get the highest paid actress on a successful reality show to help promote your business? I couldn't find any information on their business arrangement.
On Shark Tank they said she gets 12% for designs like this:
I think the animal slippers are super cute: