“Shark Tank” casting comes to North Carolina

Posted by Virginia Bridges on July 15, 2014 

North Carolina small-business owners can pitch their business to a casting team for the ABC reality television show “Shark Tank.”

Entrepreneurs will be given the opportunity to do a one-minute pitch of their business, product or idea on July 24 in Greenville.

The website announcing the casting call said entrepreneurs should come prepared to “wow and dazzle.”

Numbered wristbands will be distributed to entrepreneurs with a completed application packet. Only the first 500 applicants are guaranteed to be seen, the website states.

Read about North Carolina entrepreneurs and their experience on “Shark Tank” and other reality television shows here. For an application and more information about the casting call go here.

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