You can always make your own homemade buffalo chicken dip recipe. But given the clean kitchen and time savings, spending money on the next best thing may pay off. Jason Hadley offered a convenient option in 2019 by touting his famous chicken his bang his dip on “Shark Tank.” In 2018, he earned $88,000 just for allocating his pot of various slow cookers that have become popular over the years in Florida-based Yellow Green Farmers’ market. He forgot to bring a jar of product prototypes to further his pitch to the Shark Tank judges.
Most of the investors enjoyed the flavor of the Bun Shack dip, but didn’t believe Hadley was ready to receive such a large sum of money. Shark Tank Recap explains that all the judges appreciated his Hadley enthusiasm, but his business was too new, still in the early stages of development and production, and he had a hefty budget. I felt that I could not receive the investment.
South Florida Sun-Sentinel has confirmed that “Shark Tank” producer and investor Mark Cuban advised Hadley to set up production facilities and return to the show. But with his rigorous USDA certification process for handling poultry, Hadley struggled to make changes in a timely manner. Hadley left “Shark Tank” without investing in Bang Shack.