Bryson Johnson, co-owner of Johnson’s Tiger-Rock Martial Arts in Cary, shows off his invention – the Stryker Pro – during a casting call for television’s “Shark Tank” in Greenville on July 24.
Bryson Johnson, co-owner of Johnson’s Tiger-Rock Martial Arts in Cary, shows off his invention – the Stryker Pro – during a casting call for television’s “Shark Tank” in Greenville on July 24. Courtesy of Bryson Johnson
Bryson Johnson, co-owner of Johnson’s Tiger-Rock Martial Arts in Cary, shows off his invention – the Stryker Pro – during a casting call for television’s “Shark Tank” in Greenville on July 24. Courtesy of Bryson Johnson

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